Alan is back from vacation, and addresses a comment made about the Knicks head coaching search last week on the show. Plus, what should Washington change its name to?
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 1/16L 121-98
- 1/18L 90-87
- 1/20W 106-86
- 1/22L 100-92
- 1/24L 118-112
- 1/26W 110-97
- 1/28L 97-92
- 1/29L 127-106
- 2/1W 92-85
- 2/3W 139-134
- 2/6W 105-103
- 2/8W 95-92
- 2/9L 140-135
- 2/12L 114-96
- 2/21L 106-98
- 2/24L 123-112
- 2/26L 107-101
- 2/27L 115-106
- 2/29W 125-115
- 3/2W 125-123
- 3/4L 112-104
- 3/6L 126-103
- 3/8W 96-84
- 3/10L 122-115
- 3/11W 136-131
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Alan addresses a comment made by Stephen A. Smith about the Knicks head coaching search. Plus, we come up with names for the Washington football team.
Gordon Damer fills in for Rick, Chris & Dave on Fourth of July weekend to talk about Washington changing their football team's name and whether the Yankees should expect to see fans in the stands this season.
The NFL is considering the idea of requiring fans who attend games to sign a waiver that would protect the league from a lawsuit if they contracted COVID-19 while at the game. Do you think that any fans will attend NFL games this season? Plus, the Knicks are looking at who?
Stephen A.'s comments on the Knicks head coach got Bart and Chris thinking. Plus, Paul Finebaum discusses the state of college football on Audio Files.
Details are being discussed for a second bubble for the eight NBA teams not invited to Florida, and some teams continue to push for an alternative plan that would enable them to hold mini-camps within their local markets, sources told ESPN.
Stephen A. & Max debate if this year will be the 76er's to lose, react to Maya Moore's hard fight to get an innocent man released from prison, tell us who should be the next Knicks head coach and more.
Bart and Chris Carlin debate which sport has the best chance to finish its season. Plus, Stephen A. Smith joined the show to discuss the NBA restart, and brings up a name for Knicks head coach that interests the guys.
Which sport has the best chance to finish its season? Plus, Stephen A. Smith joins the show to discuss the NBA restart.
Showing off changes between high school and now took off on Twitter on Monday. That gave teams such as the Warriors, Timberwolves and others the chance to dust off their digital scrapbooks.
Ten years after "The Decision," Brian Windhorst, Kevin Arnovitz and Nick Friedell recount the unforgettable week that nearly ended with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh choosing the Chicago Bulls over the Miami Heat.
Ten years ago, on live television, LeBron James made his now infamous decision to leave Cleveland and "take his talents to South Beach." It was one of the most consequential, most awkward, and most divisive moments in sports media history. The long, drawn-out broadcast drew ire from Cavaliers fans - who felt their homegrown star had betrayed them - and also from casual observers who disliked the idea of an athlete wielding that level of influence. So how did "The Decision" actually come to be? Ahead of this Sunday's new episode of "Backstory," Don Van Natta takes us behind the production, introduces its key players, and examines how the event forever changed the way NBA stars interact with the public.
Knicks president Leon Rose said Wednesday that the franchise intends to have a new head coach in place by the end of July.
The Knicks have hired CAA's William Wesley -- known as World Wide Wes in basketball circles -- as executive vice president/senior basketball adviser.
Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
Orlando Magic assistant Pat Delany will interview for the New York Knicks head coaching job, sources tell ESPN. Delany has been an assistant under Steve Clifford for five years after advancing within the Miami Heat organization. He spent a year as a G-League head coach with Heat.
Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news stories of the day including Rob Manfred Adam Silver & Roger Goodell's comments on Mike Greenberg's "Return of Sports Special" and more.
The Madison Square Garden Co. has issued a statement, eight days after Knicks owner James Dolan sent an email to the staff explaining why the company would not publicly comment on the outrage that followed George Floyd's death.
Most of the eight NBA teams whose seasons have ended are pushing to engage in joint practices as ramp-ups for regional summer leagues in August, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.