|Open Court||5:00 PM ET
Open Court #405: New York Basketball
Kenny Smith, Shaquille O'Neal, Grant Hill, Steve Smith, and John Starks chat about the influence of basketball in New York City
|Open Court||6:00 PM ET
Open Court #406: Clutch
An in-depth look at some of the most iconic shots & clutch players in NBA playoff history--including a discussion about the most clutch Playoff shot over the last 40 years
|Open Court||7:00 PM ET
Open Court #409: Coaches Edition
This special installment of the critically acclaimed Open Court series will feature a roundtable discussion with six current NBA head coaches - Cleveland's David Blatt, Dallas' Rick Carlisle, New Orleans' Alvin Gentry, Brooklyn's Lionel Hollins, Sacramento's George Karl and Houston's Kevin McHale. The panel, hosted by Winer, will offer a unique perspective as the coaches discuss how the game has changed over the past 10 years, along with sharing their coaching influences, the smartest players and reflecting on some of their favorite stories throughout their coaching careers, among other topics.
|NBA Africa Game||8:00 PM ET|
|Courtside Cinema on NBA TV||10:00 PM ET
An in-depth look at Magic Johnson's shocking revelation that he had contracted the HIV virus, which he announced on November 7, 1991.
|Hardwood Classic||11:30 PM ET
In Magic Johnson's first game back from retirement, the star nearly had a triple-double--with 19 points, 10 assists, and 8 rebounds.
|NBA Special||1:30 AM ET
NBA TV pays tribute to Magic Johnson's 50th birthday with a series of countdowns, adding up to the 50 top moments of his career.
Anyone thinking there would be a resolution in the 'Melo saga during All-Star Weekend obviously hasn't paid attention to the last six months of this drama.
Blake Griffin sat on the elevated platform at the front of the interview room while scanning his brain for an answer. "The last time I was this tired ..." he said, repeating the query.
An ankle injury may have kept Dwyane Wade out of the fourth quarter of the All-Star Game, but it's all about the second half for the Miami star.