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ESPN 15 Jul 2020

The funniest travels in NBA history

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The Jump looks back at some of the most egregious travels in NBA history featuring Carmelo Anthony, Kendrick Perkins and Corey Brewer. (2:00) Rachel Nichols, Scottie Pippen and Richard Jefferson discuss Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo saying there could be a possibility of him being able to play during the NBA's restart in Orlando, Florida.

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Mike Greenberg discusses what's at stake for LA Clippers star Kawhi Leonard ahead of the restart of the 2019-20 season, but Jay Williams asserts that Kawhi will never be considered one of the greatest players in NBA history due to his consistent load management tactics.
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"Gervin was the first guard in history to lead the NBA in scoring three consecutive years. The man was a walking bucket." Chris Broussard shares why you kids just don't know how good George ‘The Iceman' Gervin was.
"Gervin was the first guard in history to lead the NBA in scoring three consecutive years. The man was a walking bucket." Chris Broussard shares why you kids just don't know how good George ‘The Iceman' Gervin was.
Jalen Rose and David Jacoby play "Keep it Movin'," talking about a report from Chis Haynes that nobody has called the NBA bubble's "snitch hotline"; Victor Oladipo potentially playing for the Indiana Pacers after all this year; the Jennifer Lopez-Alex Rodriguez bid to buy the New York Mets apparently adding Travis Kelce, DeMarco Murray and Brian Urlacher; high school wide receiver Tyreeq-Styles Obichere "Mossing" Tyreek Hill (video courtesy of @anglesbyaarib on Instagram), and the WNBA tipping off featuring Sabrina Ionescu and the New York Liberty vs. Breanna Stewart and the Seattle Storm.
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