|Feb. 8 12:04 PM PT1:04 PM MT2:04 PM CT3:04 PM ET20:04 GMT4:04 AM 北京时间1:04 PM MST3:04 PM EST0:04 UAE (+1)20:0415:04 ET2:04 PM CT18:04 - Philadelphia 76ers guard Jason Richardson will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. Richardson will soon undergo surgery on his left knee. It will be performed by Dr. Jonathan Glashow of Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York.
Analysis: Richardson started 33 games for the Sixers this season, averaging 10.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.21 steals across 28.4 minutes per game. He had 40 steals, but missed the past eight games with the injury before the team ultimately decided on the surgery.
|Jan. 17 6:27 PM PT7:27 PM MT8:27 PM CT9:27 PM ET2:27 GMT10:27 AM 北京时间7:27 PM MST9:27 PM EST6:27 UAE (+1)02:2721:27 ET8:27 PM CT0:27 - Richardson is dealing with a knee injury, leaving his status for Friday's tilt against Toronto in question.
Analysis: Fantasy owners likely won't miss Richardson too much if he's forced to sit out. The veteran guard is averaging just 7.8 points on 38.0 percent shooting over his last nine games.
|Jan. 17 6:27 PM PT7:27 PM MT8:27 PM CT9:27 PM ET2:27 GMT10:27 AM 北京时间7:27 PM MST9:27 PM EST6:27 UAE (+1)02:2721:27 ET8:27 PM CT0:27 - Richardson played through a knee injury during Friday's 108-101 overtime win over Toronto.
Analysis: It looks like it's safe to get him back into lineups.
|Dec. 1 10:30 PM PT11:30 PM MT12:30 AM CT1:30 AM ET6:30 GMT2:30 PM 北京时间11:30 PM MST1:30 AM EST10:30 UAE06:301:30 ET12:30 AM CT4:30 - Richardson came alive with a 22-point effort to lead the 76ers past the Bobcats on Friday night.
Analysis: Richardson hit four 3-pointers and was 9 of 17 from the field. He had scored a total of 14 points in his previous two games.
|Nov. 24 8:25 PM PT9:25 PM MT10:25 PM CT11:25 PM ET4:25 GMT12:25 AM 北京时间9:25 PM MST11:25 PM EST8:25 UAE04:2523:25 ET10:25 PM CT2:25 - Richardson left Saturday's loss to the Thunder with a sprained ankle.
Analysis: Richardson missed four games previously with the same injury.
|Nov. 13 9:58 PM PT10:58 PM MT11:58 PM CT12:58 AM ET5:58 GMT1:58 PM 北京时间10:58 PM MST12:58 AM EST9:58 UAE05:580:58 ET11:58 PM CT3:58 - Richardson returned from a sore ankle to score 20 points in Monday's 105-96 loss to Milwaukee.
Analysis: Richardson returned in strong fashion after missing four games.
|Aug. 10 6:30 AM PT7:30 AM MT8:30 AM CT9:30 AM ET13:30 GMT9:30 PM 北京时间6:30 AM MST8:30 AM EST17:30 UAE14:309:30 ET8:30 AM CT12:30 - Richardson appears set to join the 76ers in a major move involving Dwight Howard.
Analysis: Multiple reports on Thursday said Howard would go to the Lakers, ending months of talks between the Magic and numerous in trying to grant his request to leave Orlando. Philadelphia would get All-Star center Andrew Bynum from Los Angeles and Jason Richardson from Orlando, while Denver would get 76ers All-Star Andre Iguodala, playing for the U.S. men's basketball team Friday in the Olympics semifinals against Argentina.
|Aug. 10 10:47 AM PT11:47 AM MT12:47 PM CT1:47 PM ET17:47 GMT1:47 AM 北京时间10:47 AM MST12:47 PM EST21:47 UAE18:4713:47 ET12:47 PM CT16:47 - The Magic traded guard Jason Richardson to Philadelphia on Friday.
Analysis: The trade was part of the blockbuster Dwight Howard deal that sent 'Superman' to the Lakers.
Pete joined the show to discuss Tebow's signing with the Patriots. He said that Tim Tebow cant play and that he has trouble learning NFL playbooks.
On this episode of the It Is What It Is Cast, Chris Price talks with the Boston Herald's Jeff P Howe about the Patriots offseason, Rob Gronkowski's back surgery, Danny Amendola replacing Wes Welker, and how this seasons team will stack up against last seasons.
In the latest edition of the It Is What It Is Cast, Chris Price talks with Will Carroll. Injury expert and lead writer for Sports Medicine, Bleacher Report. They talk about the injury to Rob Gronkowski and what his back surgery could mean for his season.
Jeff joined the show to discuss the rumors of Doc heading to the Clippers. Jeff said that he will not discuss his future but that his brother would be a great candidate anywhere.
Stephen A. joined the show to discuss the status of trade negotiations between the Clippers and the Celtics. Stephen said that it is a 50-50 proposition that Doc ends up in Los Angeles.
Grande and Max take more calls on the Celtics and discuss what lies ahead for Doc Rivers with Steve Bulpett.
John Farrell postgame press conference
Joe & Dave talked to the Sox outfielder, who pounded the ball out of the park to win the second game of the doubleheader against the Rays.
John Farrell postgame press conference
The Bruins have looked quite good taking a 2-1 lead on the Blackhawks, but Shawn Thornton says the team is not getting ahead of itself. Thornton also talks about what makes Patrice Bergeron such a great player and teammate. He also squeezes in a few shots at his friend Keegan Bradley.
Pierre McGuire joins Mut and Merloni after a Bruins win and discusses the play of Rask and the defense, the Hossa injury, and Jagr.
Tony Amonte calls out Marian Hossa for missing Game 3 and recaps the Bruins win.
Keegan Bradley hopped on the set in Connecticut with D&C to talk some golf, but seeing as how he's a big Boston sports fan, the interview covered a lot of ground. You can hear Keegan talk about the Bruins' Cup chances, the Doc Rivers deal that almost was, and Shawn Thornton's lacking golf game.
Legal expert Michael McCann joined D&C to take on the topic of the day: Just what exactly is happening with Aaron Hernandez? McCann addressed Hernandez' lack of cooperation in the investigation so far, and how that may play out as the case moves along.
Pierre McGuire joins Mut and Merloni after a Bruins win and discusses the play of Rask and the defense, the Hossa injury and Jagr.
Tony Amonte calls out Marian Hossa for missing Game 3 and recaps the Bruins' win.
Andy Brickley joins Mut and Merloni in studio to take phone calls from the listeners and preview Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals.
Salk and Holley break down a big Bruins win over the Blackhawks in Game 3 at the Garden.
We talk all Bruins, all the time with the man himself, as Jack Edwards from NESN gets us ready for Game 3 and beyond.
Four guys, four topics we haven't yet touched upon today. T.O. visits Ocho, Bob Costas has enough smarm for us all, stupid beauty pageant contestants and more.
Mikey gets a surprise call from Red Sox legend Bernie Carbo. They talk about old-time baseball and Bernie's new book.
Mikey talks with Tom and Luke about their new movie, "Plimpton!" and finds out what it was like to try to encapsulate everything George Plimpton accomplished during his life.
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