2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
44-29, 1st in Southeast
The most memorable moments from the NBA bubble (2:14)
Jalen makes a bold prediction on a new landing spot for Giannis (1:19)

Hour 3: Mt. Rushmore

Keyshawn Johnson and Zubin Mehenti discuss if the Chargers have found their franchise QB. Are the days of Matt Ryan in Atlanta numbered? Paul Finebaum joins the show to discuss whats going on in the SEC and what to make of Dan Mullen and his comments about fans. David Fizdale joins the show to discuss the topic of players on the Lakers Mt. Rushmore. Also, can the Heat land a big fish this offseason?


HQ: Lakers Win The Finals, Falcons' Struggles

Dan, Domonique and Bomani question the collapse of the Falcons since their Super Bowl appearance, discuss the Lakers’ winning the NBA Finals and the tragic injury to Dak Prescott.


J&J: LeBron Wanting Respect, Lakers' Title Run

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss LeBron wanting respect on his name, if AD is LeBron's best running mate, Jimmy Butler’s playoff run, Dak's devastating injury, Russ continuing to cook, the Raiders "upset" the Chiefs in Arrowhead and much more.


Hour 4: Laker Legend

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour discussing the terrible injury of Dak Prescott. Louis Riddick joins the show to tell us how important Michael Thomas is to the Saints, and what he would do if he were in the front office handling the Dak situation. Stephen A. Smith and Dave McMenamin join the show to discuss the Lakers capturing their 17th championship and what it means for the legacy of LeBron James


Hour 2: Big Number 17

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour 2 wondering if this is the most impressive championship won in Lakers history. Is this the biggest championship won for LeBron? Kendrick Perkins joins the show to chime in on these questions and who could the Lakers add for their title defense next year? Stephania Bell joins the show to give some insight on the injury sustained by Dak Prescott and what it means moving forward for both him and the Cowboys.


Hour 1: The Job Is Done

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenit begin the show celebrating and praising the Lakers after capturing NBA Title number 17. Keyshawn and Jay break down what they saw, what it means moving forward, and how impressive the title in the bubble was. Also, Dak Prescott had a terrible injury that will sideline him for the immediate future. Mike Tannenbaum joins the show to discuss what happened in that game and what to make of the NFL landscape after a wild Sunday.

Rob Pelinka thanks Kobe Bryant for the energy to do it (1:36)
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9dNick Friedell

Heat's Butler: Didn't do my job, but 'we'll be back'

Following Sunday's loss to the Lakers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Heat All-Star swingman Jimmy Butler expressed regret that he didn't deliver on his promise to Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra to win a championship for Miami, but vowed, "We'll be back."

Butler: My personality works with Heat (1:59)
Spoelstra emotional following Finals loss to Lakers (1:58)
The Lakers finish on top of a truly remarkable season (3:09)

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.015th
Rebounds Per Game44.417th
Assists Per Game25.95th
Points Allowed109.110th

Team History