Celtics guard Marcus Smart confirmed through his agent Tuesday that he is planning to donate his blood so it can be studied for an experimental treatment for COVID-19.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
Rick Pitino returns to America from Greece to coach at Iona. He joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to talk about his biggest career regrets, his exit from Louisville, being inspired by Brett Brown to coach in Greece, his experiences in the EuroLeague (12:14), why he shouldn't have been president of the Celtics, his plans for the Gaels (24:07) and what advice his son gave him on returning to college basketball (36:21).
Ten years ago, Gordon Hayward's heave rimmed out at the buzzer, preventing what would have been the most iconic moment in college basketball history.
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart, who tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks ago, has been cleared by the Massachusetts Department of Health, he announced Sunday on social media.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens said that guard Marcus Smart is doing "great" in the wake of testing positive for the coronavirus last week.
The suspended season will create major financial implications for the NBA, its players, and free agency, explains Brian Windhorst to Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon. Plus, the crew discusses how the Olympics postponement could affect the 2021 season (30:35) and then the show takes its first listener voicemail.
LeBron's comments from a recent Instagram Live chat spark the question: what are some of The Chosen One's most memorable single-game performances? Brian Windhorst, Kevin Arnovitz and Royce Young take a trip down memory lane.
Boston's Marcus Smart confirmed he has tested positive for the coronavirus, while the Lakers announced that two of their players had positive tests.
Looking for the best games to rewatch during the NBA League Pass free preview? We've got you covered.
Our NBA experts examine what an extended layoff could mean for every Eastern Conference team.