Tony Parker remains committed to completing 20 NBA seasons, even if it means playing for a team other than the Spurs.
Russillo rants about the Celtics/Sixers series including why the process is still a success, gives his NBA 'blow it up' rankings plus updates his life status.
James Borrego has started work on building his staff in Charlotte after agreeing to be the new coach of the Hornets. The two sides reached agreement on a four-year deal, league sources told ESPN.
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Jackie MacMullan discuss the Celtics' bright future (3:30), what Kawhi's trade value is (13:45), the East finals (24:40), the West finals (37:25) and Paul George (59:20).
The crew breaks down the future playoff series between the Warriors and Rockets, Richard Jefferson shares insight on playing with LeBron James, Steph Curry and Tim Duncan.
The Hornets are finalizing a head-coaching deal for James Borrego, who has been an assistant with the Spurs, Pelicans and Magic since 2003.
The Hornets will interview Spurs assistant James Borrego and Celtics assistant Jay Larranaga for a second time. Both will meet with Hornets brass, including Michael Jordan, this weekend.
Marc J. Spears The Undefeated
San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina is interviewing for the Milwaukee Bucks' head coach opening in Milwaukee today, a source told ESPN's The Undefeated.
Spurs assistant Becky Hammon will be the first woman to interview for an NBA head-coaching job when she meets for the Bucks opening, league sources told ESPN.
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
ESPN Sources: Spurs All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard and advisor are in San Antonio. Leonard spent nearly six weeks in New York rehabbing his injury. For the moment, there's no scheduled date to meet with Spurs' brass.
The crew debate whether the 76ers or the Celtics have a brighter future, break down the NFL Draft with John Dorsey and offer insight on the Kawhi Leonard/Spurs saga.
Zach talks to ESPN's Ramona Shelburne about the Kawhi Leonard saga and what could be next for all involved.
What's behind the tension between the Spurs and Kawhi Leonard's camp? And how will the NBA's most fascinating mystery end?
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Jackie MacMullan talk about Game 5 in Cleveland (8:40), free agency implications (20:30) and observations from the first round (48:00).
Trade discussions could heat up if the Spurs and Leonard don't see eye-to-eye on a new contract. Our NBA Insiders give four deals that work.
Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer
Was an interesting postgame locker room and you got the feeling a lot of the guys think this team will look quite a bit different next season. Tony Parker was the first one out of there and onto the team bus. Saw some hugs and lots of handshakes in there. This team wasn't hanging its head in defeat, and it shouldn't have, given all it has endured this season. And I can't help but wonder how much Kawhi Leonard would have helped them had he been healthy.