2019 ScheduleAll times ET
Mark your calendars, because the full NBA schedule has been unveiled. Here are our can't-miss games.
The NBA released its schedule for the 2018-19 season on Friday, with Kawhi Leonard, traded to Toronto in the offseason, scheduled to visit San Antonio in January.
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Golden State Warriors to highlight the Christmas Day schedule, and LeBron James' home debut as a Laker will be against the Houston Rockets on Oct. 20, the NBA announced in releasing part of its schedule.
The NBA will return to Mexico City this season with games between the Magic, Bulls and Jazz.
Who will make their first All-Star Game in 2018-19? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its early projections.
Russillo on Urban Meyer being put on administrative leave at Ohio State and how it relates to Jim Tressel, plus talk show host and former NBA scout Spencer Checketts.
The Jazz are ending their sponsorship agreement with Papa John's Pizza after the company's founder and spokesman used a racial slur, the Salt Lake City Tribune reported Thursday.
Zach talks to Utah's Rudy Gobert about his rise in the NBA, chasing Golden State, Donovan Mitchell, proving doubters wrong, and more.
The Warriors are planning to sign former Jazz forward Jonas Jerebko after he clears waivers on Monday, sources told ESPN.
Bobby Marks ESPN
Cap space or a trade exception is needed if a team elects to claim the $4.2M contract (would be guaranteed if claimed) of Jonas Jerebko. The Jazz now have $116M in salary with 15 players under contract, including the $3.4M salary of Ekpe Udoh that becomes guaranteed if not waived by July 9.
Points Per Game104.119th
Rebounds Per Game43.320th
Assists Per Game22.421st