|Mar. 28 9:13 PM PT10:13 PM MT11:13 PM CT12:13 AM ET4:13 GMT12:13 9:13 PM MST11:13 PM EST8:13 UAE05:130:13 ET10:13 PM CT3:13 - Nowitzki was unable to find any sort of production Friday against San Antonio.
Analysis: He finished with only seven points, one of the lowest scoring totals of his career. Averaging 17.1 points this season, Nowitzki is still a valuable fantasy player.
|Mar. 19 9:40 PM PT10:40 PM MT11:40 PM CT12:40 AM ET4:40 GMT12:40 9:40 PM MST11:40 PM EST8:40 UAE05:400:40 ET10:40 PM CT3:40 - Nowitzki scored 25 points with eight rebounds in the Mavericks' 107-102 win over Orlando on Wednesday.
Analysis: Nowitzki has totaled 47 points in two games after averaging 12.8 over the previous six.
|Feb. 12 9:16 PM PT10:16 PM MT11:16 PM CT12:16 AM ET5:16 GMT13:16 10:16 PM MST12:16 AM EST9:16 UAE06:160:16 ET11:16 PM CT3:16 - The Dallas superstar was named Wednesday night to fill in on the Western Conference All-Star team for New Orleans forward Anthony Davis, who has a strained right shoulder.
Analysis: The 36-year-old Nowitzki, who is averaging 18.3 points and 5.9 rebounds per game and had 15 points and 14 rebounds Wednesday against the Jazz, went to 11 straight All-Star games before missing it in 2013 after he sat out the first 27 games recovering from right knee surgery. He went again last year.
|Jan. 19 8:50 PM PT9:50 PM MT10:50 PM CT11:50 PM ET4:50 GMT12:50 9:50 PM MST11:50 PM EST8:50 UAE05:5023:50 ET10:50 PM CT2:50 - Nowitzki scored 21 points, including the last eight for Dallas in the final 2 minutes, to lead the Mavericks past the Grizzlies 103-95 on Monday.
Analysis: Nowitzki isn't the fantasy contributor he has been in the past, though the big German still has game for sure.
|Dec. 3 10:44 PM PT11:44 PM MT12:44 AM CT1:44 AM ET6:44 GMT14:44 11:44 PM MST1:44 AM EST10:44 UAE07:441:44 ET12:44 AM CT4:44 - Nowitzki scored 22 points and had 10 assists - his most since 2010 - in Tuesday's double-overtime win at Chicago.
Analysis: Nowitzki's 8-for-22 shooting night was disappointing, but the assists surely helped compensate for disgruntled fantasy owners. His shooting has finally regressed after his hot start, as he's shooting 41.2 percent over his last eight games. He hit 55.9 percent of his shots in his first 10 contests.
|Dec. 3 8:15 PM PT9:15 PM MT10:15 PM CT11:15 PM ET4:15 GMT12:15 9:15 PM MST11:15 PM EST8:15 UAE05:1523:15 ET10:15 PM CT2:15 - Nowitzki sat out Wednesday.
Analysis: Nowitzki was out because of a sore back. Coach Rick Carlisle called it a "precautionary" move.
|Nov. 24 7:53 PM PT8:53 PM MT9:53 PM CT10:53 PM ET3:53 GMT11:53 8:53 PM MST10:53 PM EST7:53 UAE (+1)04:5322:53 ET9:53 PM CT1:53 - Nowitzki had 22 points and team-high 11 rebounds Monday.
Analysis: Nowitzki turned in his second double-double of the season.
|Nov. 23 10:25 PM PT11:25 PM MT12:25 AM CT1:25 AM ET6:25 GMT14:25 11:25 PM MST1:25 AM EST10:25 UAE07:251:25 ET12:25 AM CT4:25 - Nowitzki had a tough night Saturday, finishing with 11 points on 4-of-18 shooting in the loss to Houston.
Analysis: Dirk's 51.6 field-goal percentage is the second-highest of his career, so performances like Saturday's have been few and far between.
|Nov. 12 9:44 PM PT10:44 PM MT11:44 PM CT12:44 AM ET5:44 GMT13:44 10:44 PM MST12:44 AM EST9:44 UAE06:440:44 ET11:44 PM CT3:44 - Nowitzki is now the highest-scoring NBA player born outside the United States.
Analysis: The Dallas star finished with 23 points in Tuesday's game against Sacramento, passing Hakeem Olajuwon for ninth place on the all-time scoring list. The 36-year-old Nowitzki, in his 17th season with the Mavericks, is second among active players behind Kobe Bryant.
|Nov. 9 7:22 PM PT8:22 PM MT9:22 PM CT10:22 PM ET3:22 GMT11:22 8:22 PM MST10:22 PM EST7:22 UAE (+1)04:2222:22 ET9:22 PM CT1:22 - Nowitzki scored 17 on Sunday.
Analysis: The big German isn't quite the fantasy option he used to be.
|Nov. 8 9:02 PM PT10:02 PM MT11:02 PM CT12:02 AM ET5:02 GMT13:02 10:02 PM MST12:02 AM EST9:02 UAE06:020:02 ET11:02 PM CT3:02 - Nowitzki had 27 points and 10 rebounds to help the Dallas Mavericks coast to a 105-82 victory over the Utah Jazz on Friday night.
Analysis: Nowitzki is only averaging 21.2 points heading into Sunday's matchup with four-time defending Eastern Conference champion Miami.
|Nov. 4 9:25 PM PT10:25 PM MT11:25 PM CT12:25 AM ET5:25 GMT13:25 10:25 PM MST12:25 AM EST9:25 UAE06:250:25 ET11:25 PM CT3:25 - Nowitzki had 27 points in Monday's win over Boston.
Analysis: Nowitzki has been especially efficient from the floor, going 33 of 57 (57.9 percent) through the first four games. He's a career 47.7 percent shooter.
|July 15 2:20 PM PT3:20 PM MT4:20 PM CT5:20 PM ET21:20 GMT5:20 2:20 PM MST4:20 PM EST1:20 UAE (+1)23:2017:20 ET4:20 PM CT20:20 - The Dallas Mavericks have officially signed forwards Dirk Nowitzki and Chandler Parsons.
Analysis: The 36-year-old Nowitzki's contract is for three years and $30 million, with a player option for the final season. It's similar to the deal Tim Duncan signed with San Antonio two years ago. The 38-year-old Duncan recently exercised the option after the Spurs won their fifth title with him.
|July 3 2:09 PM PT3:09 PM MT4:09 PM CT5:09 PM ET21:09 GMT5:09 2:09 PM MST4:09 PM EST1:09 UAE (+1)23:0917:09 ET4:09 PM CT20:09 - Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks have agreed on what could be the final contract for the future Hall of Famer.
Analysis: A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Thursday that Nowitzki would get a three-year contract worth roughly $30 million. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been announced. New contracts can't be signed until next Thursday. The 36-year-old Nowitzki is taking a big pay cut with a contract similar in value and structure to the one Tim Duncan signed with San Antonio two years ago.
Butch and Price discuss how Belichick and the Pats manipulate the roster with cuts, injuries, practice squad etc. - it's a complicated subject! They then move on to the improving play of QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Butch and Price start salivating over the thought of regular season football being less than 2 weeks away and discuss some early intriguing matchups.
Butch is in for Dickerson on NFL Sunday and he and Chris get into the victory over Carolina and their take-aways - the receivers could be in trouble if they don't get healthy with Wayne struggling and Boyce not contributing at all, Scott Chandler is a beast that could be a huge redzone threat with Gronk on the field and more. They talk about the offense and break down the running back depth chart. Then Trags gives them a call to give his take on the roster and their play so far.
WEEI's Mike Petraglia and Chris Price discuss Reggie Wayne's arrival in New England and look at what he might be able to bring to the team.
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Michael joins Ben and Sam to discuss the wild NBA Free Agency period and the upcoming Celtics season.
How long will this rebuild take? How much money will it take to keep Bae Crowder? Are Draft Picks even worth anything? With the Danny Ainge not landing any big names in the draft, and unable to lure any big names in free agency, Sam and Ben discussed if the Celtics are doomed moving forward.
Butch and John are talking Red Sox on the Sunday Sports Roundtable. They get into the current state of the rotation and how things have improved as of late. Joe Kelly has been on fire, but is he a trade asset? The guys discuss the starting pitchers that will be free agents this year and if any are good fits in Boston. Then they move on to the decision to let Orsillo go in favor of Dave O'Brien - Tomase has an interesting perspective on this topic.
Joe & Dave talked to the Sox starter, who pitched into the eighth inning and allowed just one run in the win over the Mets.
Joe and Dave talk with Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart, who hit his first career inside the park home run and propelled the Red Sox to a 6-4 win over the New York Mets.
Don Sweeney, who was hired as the Bruins general manager yesterday speaks with Dale and Holley about his new position and where the Bruins go from here.
The awesomely knowledgeable Fluto Shinzawa calls DJ, Naoko and Pete to talk about his thoughts on the future of the B's. He discusses his column from earlier this week on Cam Neely wanting to give Claude the ax earlier in the season but not getting the ok. Fluto shares his thoughts on Chiarelli's firing, the future for Claude and where the Bruins should go from here. He also gives his opinion on potential moves the team can make, who would fit in here, his thoughts on the NHL playoffs so far and more.
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The Big O announces his return to WEEI.
Jesse Spector of Sporting News on Schilling.
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The word is out, as WEEI has chosen Glenn Ordway as the new host of the 10-2 show, with Lou and Christian. The guys start the show talking about the news.
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Chris Villani and Lenny Megs talk with Bob McGovern about the proceedings in the Tom Brady and NFL's deflate gate court case.
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