2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
30-34, 4th in Atlantic
What should fans be excited about in the NBA 2K tournament? (2:31)
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KD leads field of 16 in NBA 2K tourney on ESPN

The Nets' Kevin Durant will lead a field of 16 NBA players competing in the 2K20 Player Tournament that will take place on ESPN beginning Friday. The winner will receive $100,000 to give to a select charity in support of the coronavirus relief efforts.

Jalen pitches the NBA on benefits of resetting league calendar (1:10)

The Hoop Collective: The Most Pressing Questions For The NBA Offseason

The Bucks have to make a decision on Giannis' future (9:05), the Nets need a new coach (14:22), and the Nuggets (26:04) and Rockets (37:45) are in dire financial situations. With the 2020 season on hold, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Bobby Marks tackle the offseason's biggest questions and answer a voicemail from the Hoopline (402-316-2955).

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Larry Hardesty

Larry reacts to the Top News of the day including Doris Burke's positive COVID-19 test, Mark Rubin's comments on the Sixers and much more.

Could KD upset Georgetown icon Patrick Ewing? (0:45)
Revisiting Kyrie's all-access 2011 pre-draft workout (0:59)
Can the NBA playoffs compete with the start of the NFL season? (1:20)
Will NBA players get full salaries past April 1? (1:02)
Woj shares how the NBA is trying to contain the coronavirus (2:34)

The Hoop Collective: Adam Silver's Creative Plans And How The 2020 Season Could Play Out

A charity game? Adam Silver says that's one solution the NBA is considering to excite basketball fans while the league is on hiatus. Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss the commissioner's ideas, long-term scheduling ramifications of suspended play (11:18) and Michele Roberts' comments about coronavirus testing for NBA players.

How is the NBA gauging its potential return? (0:55)
Silver lays out NBA's timetable to return (1:57)
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15dMalika Andrews

Nets defend players' tests, cite use of private lab

The Nets responded to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's recent criticism of the team getting tested for the coronavirus, explaining in a statement Wednesday that they used a private laboratory and paid for the tests themselves.

Silver responds to New York Mayor de Blasio about tested players (2:27)
Silver answers if he's been tested for COVID-19 (0:36)
Silver on first week without games, role NBA can play during coronavirus pandemic (1:54)
Woj: NBA teams hoping players stay in their home cities (1:09)
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16dMalika Andrews

Nets' Chandler told 'stay out' of apartment areas

Wilson Chandler wouldn't confirm if he was one of four Nets players to test positive for coronavirus, but he did rail on social media about how his building manager told him to stay out of the common areas.

Where the East contenders stand at the hiatus (2:32)
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NYC mayor takes issue with Nets' COVID-19 tests

After the Nets announced on Tuesday that four of their players tested positive for the coronavirus, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio took aim at the NBA team's ability to get testing that has been unavailable to so many others.

4 Nets test positive for coronavirus (1:11)
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Durant among four Nets to test positive for virus

Kevin Durant is among four Nets players to have tested positive for the coronavirus, ESPN confirmed. One player is exhibiting symptoms, and the other three are asymptomatic, the team announced Tuesday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game110.8Tied-18th
Rebounds Per Game48.52nd
Assists Per Game24.016th
Points Allowed111.418th

Team History