Should we be concerned about the Lakers heading into the playoffs? Brian Windhorst, Dave McMenamin and Tim Bontemps discuss that, as well as Damian Lillard's memorable weekend (41:56) and if TJ Warren's recent scoring outbreak is an anomaly (23:27).
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/26L 139-129
- 1/29W 115-106
- 2/1L 92-85
- 2/3L 112-103
- 2/5L 119-118
- 2/7L 115-106
- 2/8L 124-117
- 2/10L 106-105
- 2/12W 118-111
- 2/21W 106-98
- 2/23L 127-81
- 2/25W 119-80
- 2/27W 106-100
- 2/29W 113-104
- 3/2W 116-111
- 3/4L 119-100
- 3/6W 108-102
- 3/8W 112-109
- 3/10L 114-111
- 8/1W 127-121
- 8/3W 111-100
- 8/4W 120-109
- 8/6L 114-99
- 8/8W 116-111
- 8/10h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The playoff picture is beginning to form as the first three teams have been eliminated from contention.
T.J. Warren bumped his scoring average to an NBA bubble-leading 34.8 points per game after torching the Lakers for 39 on Saturday.
T.J. Warren continues to shine inside the bubble, scores 39 and lifts the Pacers to a 116-111 victory over the Lakers.
T.J. Warren continues to light it up in the bubble as his 39 points help the Pacers overcome the Lakers, 116-111. Quinn Cook found his stroke hitting 5 three-pointers and LeBron scores 31. Allen Sliwa recaps the team's fourth loss inside the bubble.
T.J. Warren scored 39 points, including seven straight to put Indiana ahead in the final two minutes, and the Pacers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 116-111 on Saturday.
The NBA bubble appears to have given the Phoenix Suns new life.
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T.J. Warren scored 32 points, tying Jermaine O'Neal's franchise record for most in a three-game span, to send the Indiana Pacers past the Orlando Magic 120-109 on Tuesday for their third consecutive victory.
Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Brian Windhorst react to the latest from the NBA restart in Orlando.
The panel reacts to the Pelicans huge win over the Grizzlies in the race for 8th place in the western conference, Lakers sealing the 1st overall seed in the west, a trip to the Stat Market, plus live look-ins at Nets-Bucks and Mavs-Kings and more NBA topics.
T.J. Warren kept up his red-hot restart with 34 more points, helping the Indiana Pacers pull away from the Washington Wizards for a 111-100 victory Monday.
Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Kendrick Perkins react to the latest from the NBA restart in Orlando.
The panel reacts to impressive weekends from the Rockets and Raptors as they emerge as contenders. Plus a game of Something, Nothing or Everything, reaction to players not kneeling during the anthem, LeBron's slow scoring start and more NBA topics.
The Rockets and Raptors both upset top teams, while the Spurs and Trail Blazers fight for the No. 8 seed in the West.
Zion's minutes restriction and lackluster play have Brian Windhorst, Kirk Goldsberry and Bobby Marks wondering how the Pelicans should manage the young phenom moving forward. The guys also discuss the tight race for the 8th seed in the West (36:30), Philly's struggles against Indiana (23:53) and their initial impressions of the restart.
T.J. Warren scored a career-high 53 points in the Pacers' first game of the NBA restart to carry Indiana to a 127-121 win over the 76ers on Saturday night.