ESPN announced “The Jump”, their NBA news & discussion show hosted Rachel Nichols, returns to the daily ESPN lineup beginning this Monday, April 13th.
Check out the full press release below from ESPN about the return of The Jump.
“The Jump, ESPN’s NBA news and discussion show led by host Rachel Nichols featuring high-profile analysts, reporters and special guests, returns to the daily ESPN programming lineup beginning Monday, Apr. 13 at 3 p.m. ET, with encores at 4:30 p.m. The show will be produced entirely remotely with high-level innovated technology that allows all talent and associated staff to work from their homes.
Monday’s show will feature special content surrounding the four-year anniversary of Kobe Bryant’s final NBA game, closing out his twenty-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers. Six-time NBA Champion and analyst Scottie Pippen will join the show next week to discuss the highly anticipated 10-part docuseries The Last Dance, chronicling Pippen, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ quest for a sixth NBA Championship.
In addition to Pippen, next week’s cast includes analysts Richard Jefferson, Paul Pierce, Kendrick Perkins and Jay Williams and NBA Insider Brian Windhorst.
Nichols will also interview NBA All-Stars Jayson Tatum, of the Boston Celtics, and John Wall, of the Washington Wizards. The Jump is available to stream on the ESPN App.”
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