NBA media week LIVE: Josh Richardson calls Zion Willaimson a man-child, LeBron James talks about new Lakers signings

NBA media week LIVE: Instead of having a media day, the league decided to have a media week according to NBA’s updated calendar. A lot of players have spoken to the media via video calls. Find all the NBA news about the NBA media week here. Find all the NBA rumors here. Over 100 players have completed NBA trades in the offseason. Find all the NBA trade news and NBA rumors in the NBA 2020 offseason here.

The media week will be from the 1st of December to the 5th of December. This will also be the timeline for the NBA players to perform the individual workouts.

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All the players and coaches that spoke to the media in the Media week:

Josh Richardson calls Zion Williamson a man-child

Nico Mannion talks about mentorship

NBA trade news: LeBron James talks about Marc Gasol and what the game means to him

NBA trade news: PJ Tucker talks about the addition of John Wall

NBA trade news: New signing Chris Paul talks about Suns’ time in Orlando and about NBA legend Steve Nash

No. 1 draft pick, Anthony Edwards talks about Minnesota Timberwolves

NBA trade news: Montrezl Harrell talks about playing with LeBron James

NBA trade news: Zion Williamson talks about Steven Adams

Anthony Davis talks about Lakers chemistry

NBA trade news: Devin Booker on Chris Paul

Bam Adebayo on his new role for the Miami Heat

NBA trade news: Seth Curry is locked in

NBA trade news: Alex Caruso on LA Lakers’ offseason trades

Nikola Jokic talks about how playoff experience will help him

Lonzo Ball on Stan Van Gundy

Kevin Love on how he is excited to get back on the court

Ja Morant says he is looking forward to being a mentor

Chris Paul talks about what keeps him going

Zion Williamson talks about his journey in the NBA 

NBA media week LIVE: Kemba Walker on the start of the new season

Jason Tatum on how he has grown as a player

NBA player interviews: Giannis Antetokounmpo about teaming up

NBA player interviews: Kevin Durant talks about James Harden rumors

NBA News: Zach LaVine talks about getting Chicago Bulls into NBA playoffs

NBA player interviews: Head coach Steve Nash talks about Brooklyn Nets


NBA player interviews: Josh Richardson talks about the first time he met Luka Doncic


NBA player interviews: Blake Griffin praises Saddiq Bey

NBA player interviews: Luka Doncic gets ready for the press conference

NBA Media Week LIVE: John Collins on the veteran additions to the Atlanta Hawks

RJ Hampton and Zeke Nnaji about the 1st day of training camp

NBA media week LIVE: New York Knicks head coach about fans

Nerlens Noel reveals why he chose New York Knicks

Trae Young talks about Rajon Rondo

NBA media week LIVE: Gordon Hayward discussing his move to the Charlotte Hornets:

Steve Adams discussing how he feels going into the new season:

NBA trade news: Eric Bledsoe on playing with Lonzo Ball

NBA news: New Orleans Pelicans head coach Stan Van Gundy talks about NBA trade news

NBA player interviews: Oladipo refutes talk he sought a trade

Earlier this month, there were a lot of NBA rumors about the Indiana Pacers star Victor Oladipo was seeking a trade from the team during the offseason.

However, Oladipo was quick to discard these NBA rumors to say he remains committed to the Pacers (per Shams Charania of The Athletic) and doubled-down on that during Tuesday’s interview session with reporters.

Oladipo, a two-time All-Star, and former Kia Most Improved Player Award winner will be an unrestricted free agent in 2021. When pressed about his future with the Pacers, Oladipo was only concerning himself with the present and paying no heed to the NBA rumors that surrounded him.

Pacers big man Domantas Sabonis did not engage in the NBA restart in Orlando because of an injury in his left foot. However, he said he has no limitations from the injury and is ready to go for the 2020-21 season.

NBA media week LIVE: Brooks says John Wall is ‘ready to go’

The Washington Wizards lived through a 25-47 season in 2019-20 without the services of star guard John Wall.

Wizards coach Scott Brooks spoke with reporters via Zoom about the status of Wall and he watched him workout in Los Angeles last month.

Provided Wall is fully healthy, the Wizards have an encouraging nucleus of talent that includes him as well as All-Star guard Bradley Beal and forwards Davis Bertans and Rui Hachimura.

While the Wizards were a part of the season restart in Orlando, they eventually missed the playoffs in 2020.

Also Read: Summarising the 134-page guide released by NBA before the start of the 2020-21 season

NBA news: The tentative NBA schedule calendar for the 2020-21 season:

 • Dec. 11-19, 2020: Preseason games

 • Dec. 22, 2020 – March 4, 2021: First Half of regular season

 • March 5-10, 2021: All-Star break

 • March 11 – May 16, 2021: Second Half of regular season

 • May 18-21, 2021: Play-In Tournament

 • May 22 – July 22, 2021: 2021 NBA Playoffs