Zach and Chris Herring of 538 discuss the winners and losers of the NBA's wild offseason.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/2L 129-108
- 2/3L 119-97
- 2/5L 116-108
- 2/7W 127-91
- 2/8L 117-108
- 2/10L 125-100
- 2/12W 112-106
- 2/21L 118-101
- 2/22W 112-104
- 2/24W 131-111
- 2/26L 102-92
- 2/28L 113-111
- 2/29L 115-99
- 3/3L 123-114
- 3/6W 127-117
- 3/8W 140-131
- 3/10L 121-105
- 7/31W 125-112
- 8/2W 117-115
- 8/4W 117-115
- 8/6W 114-99
- 8/8W 119-112
- 8/10W 128-101
- 8/11W 130-117
- 8/13W 128-102
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Dario Saric has agreed to a three-year, $27 million deal to stay with the Phoenix Suns, agents Jeff Schwartz and Mike Lindeman of Excel Sports told ESPN.
Free agent Jae Crowder, who was a key postseason contributor for the Miami Heat on their run to the NBA Finals in 2020, has reached a three-year deal with the Phoenix Suns, according to multiple reports.
The Suns are declining the $5.2 million team option on Frank Kaminsky's contract, making him an unrestricted free agent, a source tells ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Dan, Bomani and Israel question if James Harden can get a trade to the Nets and if the Bears’ record is misleading.
Jay Williams joined the show for his weekly spot to talk about all the trades going down in the NBA, what Harden would mean for the Nets and if the Knicks should go after Westbrook.
The guys discussed the trade around the NBA, and the latest on James Harden and Russell Westbrook rumors.
First Take hour 1: Chris Paul traded to the Suns, Bucks add pieces to get better but is it enough to keep Giannis?
Stephen A, Max, Kendrick Perkins and Marcus Spears debate if the Bucks trades are enough to keep Giannis, what Drew Brees' injury means for the Saints and much more!
Zach and ESPN's Brian Windhorst discuss the first day of the NBA's transaction period: James Harden rumors, Chris Paul to Phoenix, the Lakers reloading, more.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Kyler Murray's last-second heroics, Chris Paul to the Suns, Dustin Johnson winning The Masters, and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the play of the year in the NFL, the latest around some NBA transactions involving big names like Chris Paul and James Harden, the 2021 plans for March Madness, and much more.
NBA trade season is upon us! Jorge Sedano, Dave McMenamin, Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe on the show. Chris Paul is going to the Suns, what's their ceiling? Does James Harden to the Nets make sense AND would he make Brooklyn #1 in the East? We also grade the Lakers trade for Dennis Schroder.
Dan, Bomani and Domonique question the latest trades in the NBA, the miracle play in Arizona and if people wrote off the Patriots too soon.
The Suns on Monday acquired All-Star guard Chris Paul and Abdel Nader from the Thunder in exchange for Kelly Oubre Jr., Ricky Rubio, Ty Jerome, Jalen Lecque and a 2022 first-round pick.
According to reports, James Harden and Russell Westbrook are uncertain of the Rockets' future. Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry discuss how Houston can fix the situation. And, if the Suns receive Chris Paul in a trade, how might he fit in Phoenix's young lineup? Plus, Brian speaks to longtime sportscaster Jim Gray about his legendary interviews with MJ, Kobe, and Shaq, and also LeBron for "The Decision."
Tony Kornheiser and Frank Isola discuss The Masters, the uncertain future of the Houston Rockets, trade rumors surrounding Chris Paul, and much more.