2020 SeasonAll times ET

2020 Schedule
40-24, 1st in Southwest

Mason and Ireland HR 2: Scooping

"The Scoop" kicks off the second hour as Mason and Ireland talked Stanford dropping some of their sports' programs and Austin Rivers' comments about this year's NBA title coming with an asterisk. And, will Tik Tok be banned in the US? Plus, "Radio Tinder."

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3dTim MacMahon

Sources: Russ, Harden not with Rockets on flight

James Harden and Russell Westbrook are expected to travel on their own to Orlando after not joining the team on its flight Thursday, sources said. One Rockets member who did make the trip: coach Mike D'Antoni.

D'Antoni not worried about his age coaching in Orlando (1:23)
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11dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Rockets' Sefolosha opts out of restart

Houston Rockets forward Thabo Sefolosha, who plays a key role defensively for the team, has opted out of the NBA's restart to the season, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Why Jay Williams thinks Rockets rather face the Lakers than Clippers (2:22)
Hart crashes Westbrook's workout (0:23)

The Hoop Collective: A Hitch In The NBA's Return Plans

With some players openly expressing their concerns with the NBA's return plans, Brian Windhorst, Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin talk about the impact of such comments and how they will be received around the league. Plus, the guys discuss players they're excited to watch next month (27:07) and how winning a championship this season would affect LeBron's legacy (35:05).

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29dTim MacMahon

Rockets' Rivers: We can help fund BLM by playing

Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers made the case on Instagram that NBA players earning their salaries would allow them to financially aid the cause while continuing to devote time and energy to the movement.

Who's most to blame for James Harden not winning an NBA title? (1:22)
Westbrook calls for unity at Compton protest (0:59)

The Hoop Collective: Life Inside The NBA Bubble

While the NBA players await the protocol that outlines the rules and regulations of life inside the bubble, Brian Windhorst, Bobby Marks and Disney aficionado Royce Young discuss what questions remain and how challenging life down in Orlando could be.


ESPN Daily: How Some NBA Teams Will Fare Upon Returning In Late July

The NBA is finally set to return in July, and players and owners have agreed on a format for the comeback. But which teams actually stand to benefit from the standings, what's the fate of those facing play-in games, and where does the draft lottery come into play? ESPN basketball insider Zach Lowe (and host of "The Lowe Post" podcast) explains what's at stake in the East and West. Plus, which bubble teams could make it in, and whether this year's NBA champion deserves an asterisk due to the weirdness of the season.

The top on-court storylines in the Western Conference (1:43)
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38dTim Bontemps

Silver: Older coaches could be sidelined in return

Adam Silver, in an appearance on TNT's "Inside the NBA" Thursday night, said there is a chance that older NBA head coaches won't be able to be on the bench when the league resumes play due to concerns about the coronavirus.

Team Stats

Points Per Game118.12nd
Rebounds Per Game44.914th
Assists Per Game21.529th
Points Allowed114.422nd

Team History