Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy look at what’s on the free-agent horizon for the Brooklyn Nets. Buzz swirls around Washington forward Otto Porter, though as a restricted free agent the Wizards could match Brooklyn’s offer. They also touch on the rest of NBA free agency, with Jazz forward Gordon Hayward to the Boston Celtics as the latest domino to fall.
NBA Draft: The L.A. Lakers, Charlotte Hornets, Philadelphia 76ers and Utah Jazz get PSN’s top grades from Thursday night’s selections. At the other end? The New York Knicks are no surprise.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy discuss a very good week for the Boston Celtics, who reached the NBA‘s Eastern Conference finals and landed the No.1 pick in next month’s NBA draft. Playoff talk continues as NHL analyst Jan Levine breaks down early series leads for the Ottawa Senators and Nashville Predators, and C.J. Radune offers an update on NASCAR‘s premier series ahead of All-Star weekend.
Greg DePalma previews Saturday night’s Go Bowling 400 from Kansas Speedway, where Ryan Blaney sits on the pole and there has been no repeat winner in the race’s first six editions. He also touches on the latest in the NBA playoffs, where the Washington Wizards have forced Game 7 with the Boston Celtics.
Greg DePalma and PSN basketball analyst Jamal Murphy preview the second round of the NBA playoffs, where the Golden State Warriors already have stirred things up among Utah Jazz fans by calling Salt Lake City boring with no night life. In the East, the Toronto Raptors look for revenge against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Following the NASCAR Monster Energy Series‘ traditional Easter break, Greg DePalma and PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune discuss whether Kyle Larson can keep the momentum and other observations from the season’s first segment. There’s also playoff talk with analysts Jan Levine (Stanley Cup) and Jamal Murphy (NBA).
Greg DePalma and PSN basketball analyst Jamal Murphy break down all eight opening NBA playoffs series and offer their predictions. The West remains the more volatile side, with our hosts divided on a winner – and by extension the NBA crown. In the east, the Boston Celtics clinched the No.1 seed over the Cleveland Cavaliers on the final day.