ESPN’s Extensive NBA Coverage Continues Featuring Live Reports From Inside the Walt Disney World Resort
ESPN’s multi-platform NBA coverage continues throughout the week.
Hoop Streams will be live on Twitter and the ESPN App tonight beginning at 5 p.m. with host Cassidy Hubbarth, and analysts Kendrick Perkins and Amin Elhassan. The cast will be joined by NBA reporter Malika Andrews, who will be reporting live from the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla – home of the NBA season. Hoop Streams will continue to preview the NBA’s plans to return, as players make their way to the bubble this week. The show will also take a closer look at how the NBA and WNBA plan to speak out against social injustices and honor victims of police brutality. All shows will be available on YouTube upon conclusion of the live show.
The Jump, ESPN’s daily NBA news and discussion show led by host Rachel Nichols, airs Monday through Friday at 3 p.m., featuring a cast of high-profile analysts, reporters and special guests.
Show Highlights from this Week:
What NBA player is the most worthy of a 10-year deal?
Zion’s biggest goal as a 20-year-old, according to Scottie Pippen and Brian Windhorst
Scottie Pippen on if Jayson Tatum RIGHT NOW can be the best player on a title team
An all-new episode of NBA Countdown, ESPN and ABC’s longstanding NBA pregame show, will be available on ESPN’s YouTube channel this Thursday with host Maria Taylor and analysts Jalen Rose, Paul Pierce and Jay Williams.
Top ESPN NBA Headlines
The new kicks you’ll see in the NBA bubble
How quickly can NBA players get into ‘game shape’?
The biggest dark horse contenders in the NBA restart
The near-failure and success of the LeBron James-era Miami Heat
Utah Jazz stars Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert and the rift between them
More NBA digital content is available on the NBA section of ESPN.com.
All ESPN programming is available to stream on the ESPN App.