- Kyrie injured as Powell lands hard on his foot
- Mississippi State lands Baylor transfer QB Shapen
- McCarthy feels good after surgery, set to coach
- Texas Tech's Cambridge (knee) out rest of season
Mavs star Kyrie Irving left Friday night's game against the Blazers after teammate Dwight Powell took a hard fall on his right foot.
— Luka Doncic had 32 points and 10 assists as the Dallas Mavericks beat the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers 125-112 on Friday night after Kyrie Irving injured his right foot.
Anita Marks joins to get us ready to bet this weekend. Is the Giannis/Dame pairing going to work out in Milwaukee? We go through Week 14's matchups in Got One. Plus, will the Cowboys be able to take down the Eagles in Dallas? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Let's rank the top available signal-callers in the transfer portal, each of whom has starting experience.
Baylor quarterback Blake Shapen has committed to transfer to Mississippi State, he told ESPN on Friday.
Freddie and Harry are joined by 14-year NFL Veteran/ Semifinalist for the Pro Football Hall Eric Allen. We also take more of your calls on who needs to check themselves this weekend in the NFL. We also take on our Co-Workers with our ESPN Radio Pick'em Challenge Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here's everything you need to know for the NFL's Week 14 games. Which teams will win? Who are the X factors? What are the key matchups?
Freddie and Harry dive into the mess that is the Buffalo Bills and how much pressure is Josh Allen facing this weekend? We also play a holiday edition of "Real or Fake" and take your calls on "Check Yourself Weekend" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Freddie and Harry take more of your calls on "Check Yourself Weekend." ESPN NFL Analyst Sam Acho also stops by to breakdown the big matchup between the Cowboys and Eagles. We also play "NFL What If..." and "Hit that Number" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
College football's coaching carousel is starting to spin. We have the latest on all the firings and hirings.
Freddie and Harry dive into Check Yourself Weekend and who needs to show out this weekend in the NFL? We also hear from Nick Bosa, who claims to have figured out how to stop Jalen Hurts and if the Cowboys can learn that method. We also marvel at the young superstar Tyrese Haliburton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says he feels good two days after appendix surgery and is ready to coach Sunday.
Greeny and Hembo debate where Shohei Ohtani will land and if he will be worth the contract he's given considering his arm injury could impact his pitching future. Joe Fortenbaugh joins the show to address a disgusting moment on his radio show the other day and the notion that sports betting is getting in the way of young men's dating lives! Joe also gives his best bets of the weekend and we wrap up the week with Who Ya Got as always, with Hembo once again revealing his lack of pop culture knowledge. Plus, nose blow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike Clay pits his projection system against the sportsbooks with a game-by-game look at Week 14 player props, offering his leans for taking the over or the under.
Lowe: Lakers-Pels intersect again, Julius Randle's new snappiness and why Giannis is as dominant as ever
This week, we look at the paths the Lakers and Pelicans have been on since the Anthony Davis trade, Jabari Smith Jr.'s foray into bully ball and the development of Mavs rookie center Dereck Lively II.
Michelle copped out of an answer about throwing Canty & Evan overboard. What’s the one under the radar game you are all in on? ESPN NFL Reporter Dan Graziano joined to talk about that and more. Plus, I'm Over It! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Breaking down 2023's bowl season and everything we're looking forward to watching.
Here are our picks for who should be honored -- and who'll actually nab the trophies.
Three division leaders have one-game leads. Here's all the intel you need with five games left, including the toughest remaining schedules.
Can anyone dethrone the Rangers? Plus, we identify each team's fantasy MVP to this point -- and assess whether they'll keep the crown.
How surprising was it that the Patriots beat the Steelers? What happens if the Cowboys fall short of the Super Bowl again? Plus, Four Downs! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices