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"The Jump" is a daily NBA show hosted by Rachel Nichols. The fast-paced program originates from Los Angeles- across the street from where the Lakers and Clippers play- and features appearances by current and former players, as well as a rotating cast of ESPN analysts, reporters and insiders who provide commentary. "The Jump" is like having a fun NBA conversation with your friends in your living room, except your friends are Scottie Pippen and Tracy McGrady. The discussion encompasses all the fun, serious, smart, crazy big-issue, small-smile moments that make the NBA popular.

Latest episodes

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Rachel Nichols hosts Brian Windhorst and Harrison Barnes to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
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Rachel Nichols hosts Kevin Arnovitz, Marc Spears, and Dave McMenamin to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 5 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Kendrick Perkins and Ramona Shelburne for a discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the NBA.
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Rachel Nichols hosts Kendrick Perkins and Brian Windhorst for a discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 7 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Paul Pierce and Brian Windhorst for a discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the NBA.
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Rachel Nichols hosts Richard Jefferson and Brian Windhorst for a discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 9 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Kevin Arnovitz and Chiney Ogwumike for a discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 19 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 20 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 21 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 22 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Zach Lowe and Tracy McGrady to discuss the latest news and stories around the NBA.
aired 23 days ago
Current and former NBA players, ESPN analysts, reporters and insiders sit down with host Rachel Nichols and discuss issues involving the NBA.
aired 26 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Kendrick Perkins and Brian Windhorst on this daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the Association.
aired 27 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Jackie MacMullan, Kendrick Perkins, and Brian Windhorst on this daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the Association.
aired 28 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Jackie MacMullan and Kendrick Perkins on this daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the Association.
aired 29 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Jackie MacMullan and Amin Elhassan on this daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the Association.
aired 30 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Chiney Ogwumike and Amin Elhassan on this daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the Association.
aired 33 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Malika Andrews and Richard Jefferson to discuss the latest news and stories around the association.
aired 34 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Tracy McGrady and Richard Jefferson to discuss the latest news and stories around the association.
aired 35 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Brian Windhorst, Tracy McGrady, and Malika Andrews to discuss the latest news and stories around the association.
aired 36 days ago
Rachel Nichols hosts Brian Windhorst and Tracy McGrady to discuss the latest news and stories around the association.

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