ESPN 8 Jan 2020

'He's playing for MVP' - Scottie Pippen on why Anthony Davis shouldn't take it easy


Rachel Nichols, Brian Windhorst and Scottie Pippen react to Los Angeles Lakers big man Anthony Davis falling hard vs. the New York Knicks, and whether he should take it easy during a potential NBA MVP season. They then (3:15) react to Carmelo Anthony's game-winner in Portland Trail Blazers vs. Toronto Raptors, and (5:06) Nichols shines a light on the Australian NBA players who are donating money to help with bushfire relief, and Trae Young helping a nonprofit wipe out more than $1 million in medical dept.
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Dwyane Wade joins Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady to discuss his new documentary "D. Wade: Life Unexpected" that will debut on ESPN on Feb. 23, 2020, and plays a clip from the doc in which his father describes the time he dunked on the Chicago Bulls legend Pippen. Wade also discusses his daughter Zaya now identifying as female, and his family's support of that decision.
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Jalen Rose breaks down how Anthony Davis being sidelined with a back injury will impact Kyle Kuzma's trade value for the Los Angeles Lakers and (2:22) Jalen reacts to AD turning down the Lakers' contract extension offer.
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Former Florida Senator Bill Nelson is supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 campaign. He joined CBSN to discuss why he thinks Biden is the best candidate.
The NBA Hall of famer weighs in on the surprising loss of the NBA all-star and how much he reminded him of his former teammate.

Kobe Bryant left 'special' legacy for generation of NBA players

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