2020 SeasonAll times ET

2020 Schedule
3-0, 1st in Northwest
Kawhi hits 1st 3-pointer as a Clipper (0:19)
4d
Michael Porter Jr. gets some time to shine (0:36)
6d
Millsap, Murray lead the Nuggets in win vs. Blazers (1:05)
6d
Little making big man moves (0:29)
6d
Michael Porter Jr. steps on the court and hits the jumper (0:18)
6d
Simons makes 3's look easy (0:25)
6d
Barton gets the and-1 bucket (0:23)
6d
McCollum needs no help scoring (0:19)
6d
Stotts' chest hair making hard for Malone to concentrate on game (0:17)
6d
Whiteside fights for the basket (0:17)
6d
Hezonja with the reverse slam (0:32)
6d
Lillard drives it to the rim (0:16)
6d
Jazz, Blazers, Nuggets in the hunt in the West (2:26)
7d
15d

The Hoop Collective: Battle For LA, Russ/Harden, Sleepers

With the battle for Los Angeles almost underway, Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Dave McMenamin and Ramona Shelburne begin by outlining how the Lakers and Clippers can make a deep playoff run this season. Then, they discuss the chances for the new-look Warriors and how continuity can help the Blazers get over the hump (15:20). Plus, the crew takes a look at the Russell Westbrook/James Harden dynamic in Houston (24:46) before diving into the Jazz and Nuggets.

Middleton tosses alley-oop to Plumlee for the jam (0:16)
40d
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73d

Sources: Clips vs. Lakers tops Christmas games

The Clippers and Lakers will play at Staples Center on Dec. 25, sources told ESPN. Other Christmas Day games include Bucks at 76ers and Celtics at Raptors, sources said.

Melo: Never said anything about a farewell tour (1:04)
74d
Melo: Wasn't my choice to step away but had to (0:47)
74d
Stephen A.: Melo isn't deserving of a farewell tour (1:58)
75d
78d

The Woj Pod: Nuggets, Dream Team, International Scouting

Denver Nuggets GM Arturas Karnisovas joins the Woj Pod to discuss the Western Conference arms race, the discovery and development of All-NBA center Nikola Jokic, the evolution of scouting perceptions toward European prospects, the KGB's role in allowing him to be the first USSR-born player to be allowed to leave for college basketball, playing against the Dream Team in the 1992 Olympics with Sabonis and much more.

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.720th
Rebounds Per Game46.48th
Assists Per Game27.42nd
Points Allowed106.725th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-195428.659
2017-184636.561
2016-174042.488
2015-163349.402