ESPN 9 Nov 2019

LeBron James was in the gym at 3:30 a.m. before shooting Space Jam 2


LeBron James says the Los Angeles Lakers knew they would have to earn it vs. the Miami Heat in their 95-80 win. He adds that the Lakers expect to hold teams under their scoring averages every night. James says it was awesome that Dwyane Wade came to the game wearing red for the Heat. James says he is motivated this season after the rehabilitation he went through on his groin. (3:57) James finishes by saying he worked extremely hard to be in shape this season, as he was in the gym at 3:30 in the morning before shooting Space Jam 2.

On May third, the Venezuelan government announced it had detained a group of what it called mercenaries - trying to reach Venezuela on speedboats along with several dozen Colombians.
The group reportedly numbered around 50.
At least eight people were killed in the incident as the Venezuelans in effect ambushed the group, having apparently waited for them on the shore.
The mission, according to the government, was to kill Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro and spark a coup in Caracas.
But others claim the plan was to abduct Maduro, and then take him - nobody knows where.
A Florida-based security company has claimed responsibility for the operation - which was coordinated with Venezuela's opposition, led by Juan Guaido.
But President Maduro insists the United States, and specifically President Trump, knew about the plot from the start.
As the U.S and most of Latin America want Nicolas Maduro out of power, what does this mean for Venezuela?

Presenter: Peter Dobbie


J.J Rendon, Presidential High Commissioner and General Strategist for the Juan Guaido government
Ramon Muchacho, former Mayor of Chacao District, an opposition stronghold in Caracas, Venezuela.
Isaias Medina, a member of the political party Council of Rumbo Libertad.
Pedro Burelli, a Latin America Political Analyst and Managing Director of B+V Advisors, a business management consulting group.
Isiah Thomas goes 1-on-1 with Chris Broussard explaining why LeBron James is still the best player in the NBA and what if LeBron and Kevin Durant were to play in the 80's? We would be looking at the GOAT conversation completely different.
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Jay Williams debate how Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James would have fared playing in Michael Jordan's era.
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Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney reacts to the Houston Texans trading DeAndre Hopkins, who played at Clemson along with QB Deshaun Watson. Swinney also weighs in on where Tigers QB Trevor Lawrence would be taken if he was in the 2020 NFL Draft class.


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