|June 29 6:10 PM PT7:10 PM MT8:10 PM CT9:10 PM ET1:10 GMT9:10 6:10 PM MST8:10 PM EST5:10 UAE (+1)03:1021:10 ET8:10 PM CT0:10 - Korver will undergo his third surgery since March when a specialist removes loose bodies from his right elbow on Tuesday.
Analysis: Korver had surgery for a broken nose three months ago and earlier this month surgeons repaired ligament damage in his right ankle. The 34-year-old is still wearing a boot. He said last week that he expects to be ready by training camp, but the team said Monday that it's too early to set a timetable. Korver's ankle was injured in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals when Cleveland guard Matthew Dellavedova dove for a loose ball against his leg.
|May 23 11:15 AM PT12:15 PM MT1:15 PM CT2:15 PM ET18:15 GMT2:15 11:15 AM MST1:15 PM EST22:15 UAE20:1514:15 ET1:15 PM CT17:15 - Korver is facing a recovery period of three months after having surgery to repair ligament damage in his right ankle.
Analysis: The NBA's best 3-point shooter in the regular season, Korver was injured in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals when he was scrambling for a loose ball and his ankle was rolled on by Cleveland's Matthew Dellavedova.
|May 1 7:54 PM PT8:54 PM MT9:54 PM CT10:54 PM ET2:54 GMT10:54 7:54 PM MST9:54 PM EST6:54 UAE (+1)04:5422:54 ET9:54 PM CT1:54 - Korver scored 20 points and hit three of his six 3-pointers during a series-deciding run Friday.
Analysis: Korver could find it difficult to get untracked against Wizards coach Randy Wittman's defensive schemes in the next round so stay tuned.
|Mar. 16 9:35 PM PT10:35 PM MT11:35 PM CT12:35 AM ET4:35 GMT12:35 9:35 PM MST11:35 PM EST8:35 UAE05:350:35 ET10:35 PM CT3:35 - Korver, one of the Hawks' regular starters, left Sunday's game with a broken nose after taking an offensive foul from Ed Davis with 8:59 left in the first half.
Analysis: The injury ended a streak of 51 consecutive games with a 3-pointer by Korver, who missed both of his shots from behind the arc. The 12-year veteran also owns an NBA-record streak of 127 games with a 3-point field goal. It began with his second game in a Hawks uniform, and ended on March 5, 2014, at Portland.
|Mar. 16 7:29 AM PT8:29 AM MT9:29 AM CT10:29 AM ET14:29 GMT22:29 7:29 AM MST9:29 AM EST18:29 UAE15:2910:29 ET8:29 AM CT13:29 - Korver returned to the lineup Sunday against San Antonio with protective gear on his face to cover a broken nose. Korver was sidelined three games after getting injured in a road win last week against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Analysis: Korver, a 12th-year veteran, leads the NBA with a 50.1 shooting rate on 3-point attempts.
|Mar. 10 9:45 PM PT10:45 PM MT11:45 PM CT12:45 AM ET4:45 GMT12:45 9:45 PM MST11:45 PM EST8:45 UAE05:450:45 ET10:45 PM CT3:45 - Korver had 20 points while going 6 for 8 from 3-point range in Monday's win over the Kings.
Analysis: Korver had averaged 7.0 points and missed 17 of 24 from beyond the arc over his previous four games. He got back on track after resting in Saturday's loss at Philadelphia.
|Feb. 26 9:10 PM PT10:10 PM MT11:10 PM CT12:10 AM ET5:10 GMT13:10 10:10 PM MST12:10 AM EST9:10 UAE06:100:10 ET11:10 PM CT4:10 - Korver finished with 16 points in Wednesday's 104-87 win over Dallas.
Analysis: Korver shot 4 of 10 from beyond the arc, moving him one past Stephen Curry for the NBA lead with 171 made 3s.
|Feb. 21 9:23 PM PT10:23 PM MT11:23 PM CT12:23 AM ET5:23 GMT13:23 10:23 PM MST12:23 AM EST9:23 UAE06:230:23 ET11:23 PM CT3:23 - Korver finished with 11 points on 3-of-13 shooting in Friday's ugly 105-80 loss to Toronto.
Analysis: Korver has averaged just 8.8 points on 32.4 percent from the field during Atlanta's 1-3 slide.
|Feb. 7 9:40 PM PT10:40 PM MT11:40 PM CT12:40 AM ET5:40 GMT13:40 10:40 PM MST12:40 AM EST9:40 UAE06:400:40 ET11:40 PM CT3:40 - Korver had 17 points and was 5 of 9 from 3-point range in Friday's win versus Golden State.
Analysis: Korver is shooting an absurd 53.3 percent from deep this season and that mark could be on the way up as he's hit 57.1 percent of his 3-pointers over his last 14 contests.
|Jan. 18 9:48 PM PT10:48 PM MT11:48 PM CT12:48 AM ET5:48 GMT13:48 10:48 PM MST12:48 AM EST9:48 UAE06:480:48 ET11:48 PM CT3:48 - Korver drilled a season-best seven 3-pointers on Saturday.
Analysis: Korver finished as Atlanta's leading scorer (24 points) in the win over Chicago, and was just one 3-pointer shy of tying his career-high.
|Dec. 3 10:29 PM PT11:29 PM MT12:29 AM CT1:29 AM ET6:29 GMT14:29 11:29 PM MST1:29 AM EST10:29 UAE07:291:29 ET12:29 AM CT4:29 - Korver matched a season high with six 3-pointers on seven attempts, scoring 24 points in Tuesday's win over Boston.
Analysis: Korver is shooting 57.8 percent from 3-point range and has shown no sign recently of slowing down, going 14 for 21 over his last four games.
|Nov. 26 11:41 AM PT12:41 PM MT1:41 PM CT2:41 PM ET19:41 GMT3:41 12:41 PM MST2:41 PM EST23:41 UAE20:4114:41 ET1:41 PM CT17:41 - The NBA has changed several numbers after a rough night for the stats crew at the game between the Atlanta Hawks and Washington Wizards.
Analysis: Korver went 0 of 4 from the field, not 0 for 3. And Washington's Paul Pierce was 6 for 16, not 6 for 14.
|Nov. 15 9:52 PM PT10:52 PM MT11:52 PM CT12:52 AM ET5:52 GMT13:52 10:52 PM MST12:52 AM EST9:52 UAE06:520:52 ET11:52 PM CT3:52 - Korver continued his ridiculous start from long distance, going 4 of 5 from deep for 12 points in Friday's win over Miami.
Analysis: Korver is 30 for 52 (57.7 percent) from beyond the arc this season while averaging a career-high 16.1 points. He looks primed to challenge his own NBA single-season 3-point percentage record of 53.6 from 2009-10.
|Nov. 13 9:43 PM PT10:43 PM MT11:43 PM CT12:43 AM ET5:43 GMT13:43 10:43 PM MST12:43 AM EST9:43 UAE06:430:43 ET11:43 PM CT3:43 - Korver had 17 points to go with 10 rebounds and six assists in Wednesday's win over Utah.
Analysis: Korver is averaging 20.3 points over the last four games, during which he's gone 17 of 32 from 3-point range.
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Michael joins Ben and Sam to discuss the wild NBA Free Agency period and the upcoming Celtics season.
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Lou, Christian and Gary listen to comments made by Tom Brady's attorney, Jeffrey Kessler, and discuss what he said about why he thinks the NFL shouldn't appeal.
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