After hiring Stan Van Gundy, can the Pelicans now contend in a crowded Western Conference? Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon and Kirk Goldsberry debate. Plus, the guys discuss the Rockets' future post-Daryl Morey and how Ty Lue will fare as the Clippers' new coach.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 2/24L 131-111
- 2/26L 114-103
- 2/28W 129-119
- 3/2W 126-113
- 3/4W 112-104
- 3/6W 99-94
- 3/7W 111-105
- 3/9L 101-92
- 7/30W 106-104
- 8/1L 110-94
- 8/3L 116-108
- 8/5W 124-115
- 8/7L 119-111
- 8/8L 134-132
- 8/10L 122-114
- 8/13W 118-112
- 8/17L 135-125
- 8/19W 124-105
- 8/21W 124-87
- 8/23W 129-127
- 8/25L 117-107
- 8/30L 119-107
- 9/1L 80-78
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