No matter what each franchise did for this year’s “City Edition” jerseys, basketball fans had their own opinions. So, naturally, we did, as well.
As you plan out what your Christmas Day will look like in 2020, here’s a schedule to ensure that you don’t miss any of the holiday’s big games.
To help you prepare for the first full regular season of the COVID-19 era, it’s time to look at some players to watch out for after breakout performances in the bubble.
Just 20 days before the start of the 2020-2021 regular season, the NBA dropped the year’s Christmas Day schedule, featuring five games between 10 of the league’s best franchises.
With both longstanding talent and fresh faces to work with, don’t count out the 2020-2021 Warriors in their pursuit of their fourth title in seven years.
Two months and 20 other teams later, only two franchises remain in the NBA’s bubble in Orlando. The prize hanging in the balance? A Larry O’Brien trophy.
Now, when fans look back in the history books, the NBA has a new signature comeback to consider as its most iconic of all time: the Denver Nuggets taking down the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2020 Western Conference Semifinals.
The time has finally come: the NBA’s Conference Finals are here, and teams are ready to fight for the right to represent their conference in the NBA Finals at the end of September.
Looking for information on when to watch your favorite team or which players to look out for in each second-round series? We have you covered with a full guide and schedule.
Basketball is finally back after a postponement lasting more than four months, but things are going to look a bit different throughout the rest of the 2019-2020 NBA season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LeBron James’ televised announcement that he was joining the Heat a decade ago seems to loom even larger than the actual four years he spent playing in the Sunshine State.
While many fans will assume players are sitting out due to the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19, the reasons aren’t that simple in most cases.
After what will have been more than a four-month hiatus, the NBA is back in the fray following the postponement of the regular season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on the current timelines and banking on a positive mindset, here’s an idea for a potential calendar for the next year to get things back on track across the sports world.
In a world full of digital options for streaming sports or simulating games, there are a few different means for fans to consider to fill the void over the next few months.
As the Red Sox trade Mookie Betts to the Dodgers, MLB gets the needed equivalent of the Kawhi Leonard night
It’s late at night on the East Coast, and numerous stars are on the move to a high-profile team out in Los Angeles. Sound familiar?