|July 10 2:04 PM PT3:04 PM MT4:04 PM CT5:04 PM ET21:04 GMT5:04 2:04 PM MST4:04 PM EST1:04 UAE (+1)23:0417:04 ET4:04 PM CT20:04 - Stoudemire is joining the Heat. Stoudemire completed a physical and an interview before signing a one-year deal for around $1.4 million.
Analysis: Stoudemire is a six-time All-Star. Riley says he ''is going to bring gravitas, leadership and a hardworking mentality to our team.''
|Mar. 21 4:39 PM PT5:39 PM MT6:39 PM CT7:39 PM ET23:39 GMT7:39 4:39 PM MST6:39 PM EST3:39 UAE (+1)00:3919:39 ET5:39 PM CT22:39 - Stoudemire has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for verbally abusing an official and not leaving the court in a timely manner after he was ejected from the Dallas Mavericks' last game.
Analysis: The NBA announced the fine Saturday, a day after Stoudemire's automatic ejection for getting two technical fouls in the Mavericks' 112-101 home loss to Memphis. Midway through the third quarter, Stoudemire disputed an offensive foul with referee Scott Foster and was assessed two technical fouls. Dallas coach Rick Carlisle also received a technical from Foster during that stoppage of play.
|Feb. 18 2:03 PM PT3:03 PM MT4:03 PM CT5:03 PM ET22:03 GMT6:03 3:03 PM MST5:03 PM EST2:03 UAE (+1)23:0317:03 ET4:03 PM CT20:03 - Stoudemire's debut with the Dallas Mavericks will have to wait a few days. President of basketball operations Donnie Nelson said Thursday the newly signed forward would probably play Sunday against Charlotte. That means he will miss the Mavericks' return from the All-Star break Thursday night at Oklahoma City and a home game one night later against Houston.
Analysis: Dallas coach Rick Carlisle said earlier Thursday in Oklahoma City that he wanted to give the 32-year-old Stoudemire more time to get acclimated.
|Feb. 16 7:35 AM PT8:35 AM MT9:35 AM CT10:35 AM ET15:35 GMT23:35 8:35 AM MST10:35 AM EST19:35 UAE16:3510:35 ET9:35 AM CT13:35 - Stoudemire agreed to a buyout of his contract with the New York Knicks, a person with knowledge of the deal said early Monday.
Analysis: Stoudemire will be free to sign with another team once he clears waivers. Stoudemire was an All-Star in Phoenix before signing a five-year contract worth about $100 million in 2010. He helped the Knicks end a seven-year playoff drought and reach the postseason his first season, but he missed significant time over the last few seasons because of assorted injuries. The Knicks had to monitor his minutes since his two knee operations during the 2012-13 season.
|Feb. 16 8:04 PM PT9:04 PM MT10:04 PM CT11:04 PM ET4:04 GMT12:04 9:04 PM MST11:04 PM EST8:04 UAE05:0423:04 ET10:04 PM CT2:04 - A person with direct knowledge of the talks said Monday night that Stoudemire has agreed to sign with the Mavericks after taking a buyout from the Knicks. He can't make his verbal commitment official until he clears waivers Wednesday. The person, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal wasn't official, told The Associated Press that Stoudemire could be available when Dallas returns from the All-Star break Thursday at Oklahoma City.
Analysis: The 32-year-old Stoudemire was waived Monday after requesting the Knicks buy out the remainder of his contract that was set to expire after this season. He's likely to clear waivers. Stoudemire averaged 17.3 points and 6.7 rebounds in 255 games over five seasons with the Knicks, making the playoffs three times. He was a starter in the 2011 All-Star Game, the Knicks' first in 14 years.
|Jan. 26 9:46 PM PT10:46 PM MT11:46 PM CT12:46 AM ET5:46 GMT13:46 10:46 PM MST12:46 AM EST9:46 UAE06:460:46 ET11:46 PM CT3:46 - Stoudemire returned Friday from a four-game absence due to a sprained left ankle.
Analysis: The 32-year-old Stoudemire can't help your fantasy team.
|Jan. 2 4:14 PM PT5:14 PM MT6:14 PM CT7:14 PM ET0:14 GMT8:14 5:14 PM MST7:14 PM EST4:14 UAE (+1)01:1419:14 ET6:14 PM CT22:14 - Stoudemire returned Thursday for the Knicks' showcase game in London.
Analysis: Stoudemire was out with a sore right knee.
|Dec. 5 9:28 PM PT10:28 PM MT11:28 PM CT12:28 AM ET5:28 GMT13:28 10:28 PM MST12:28 AM EST9:28 UAE06:280:28 ET11:28 PM CT3:28 - Stoudemire had 18 points and nine rebounds and was 8 of 13 from the floor in Thursday's loss to Cleveland.
Analysis: Stoudemire is averaging 15.7 points and shooting 64.2 percent over his last nine games.
|Nov. 29 9:17 PM PT10:17 PM MT11:17 PM CT12:17 AM ET5:17 GMT13:17 10:17 PM MST12:17 AM EST9:17 UAE06:170:17 ET11:17 PM CT3:17 - Stoudemire scored a season-high 20 points off the bench in Friday's loss at Oklahoma City.
Analysis: Stoudemire came in averaging 11.6 points before breaking out. He shot 7 of 8 and added nine rebounds, giving him 36 boards in the last four games.
|Nov. 14 3:32 PM PT4:32 PM MT5:32 PM CT6:32 PM ET23:32 GMT7:32 4:32 PM MST6:32 PM EST3:32 UAE (+1)00:3218:32 ET5:32 PM CT21:32 - Stoudemire missed a game for the first time this season when the New York Knicks rested the veteran forward against the Utah Jazz. Coach Derek Fisher says the decision was partly because the Knicks have a short turnaround before an afternoon game against Denver on Sunday.
Analysis: Stoudemire was third on the team with 10.9 points per game, making two starts. He sat out some games early last season and played restricted minutes in others after having a pair of knee surgeries the previous season, but Fisher says the Knicks are hoping to have him for 70 or more games.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia talks to former federal prosecutor John Down about the NFL's discipline process and what should be changed.
We check in with Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater on a Patriots Monday as the Patriots prepare for their fourth pre-season game, and are 10 days away from opening the 2015 season.
We check in with the head coach of the Patriots on a Pats Monday to get his take on the win over Carolina, pre-season game number four, and the numerous cuts to the team's roster he must make in the upcoming weeks.
Jay King of Masslive.com joins the show to break down the performance of the Celtics during the NBA Summer League. Then Ben and Sam discuss the exciting possibility of a Space Jam sequel.
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.
We check in for our weekly visit with the interim Sox manager.
Joe Castiglione & Lou Merloni talked to the Sox outfielder, who had three hits and threw out a runner at home in the win over the Yankees.
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.
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.
In the final hour of the "midseason finale" as DJ likes to call it, the crew discuss more about the future of the Bruins franchise, the possible power struggle in the front office and who should be the head coach going forward. They talk to intelligent and talented Fluto Shinzawa about all of these thing and more in an excellent interview, and finally, DJ says THANK YOU!
Jason defended himself against Minihane.
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The guys continue to embrace the breaking news and listen to comments from Tedy Bruschi who happily reacts to the news that his former teammate is eligible to play on Opening Night.
Adam Schefter joins the show to talk about the breaking news that Tom Brady's suspension has been overturned, and gives his inside opinion on the result.
Now that the ruling has been overturned, Dale and Holley with Thornton check in with the legal analyst that was at the forefront of this case... SI's Michael McCann
Now that Brady is free, here's a recap of a good amount of the hate they faced the last 8 months.
We discuss Bob McNair's now infamous quotes about the Patriots, and how his comments, uniformed as they may be, are probably representative of other NFL owners, and thus the reason Roger Goodell can push forward with this situation without worrying about blowback from the owners.
Chris Villani and John Tomase discuss Tom Brady's suspension getting overturned by Judge Richard Berman and discuss in hindsight how obvious this should have been.
Mikey Adams and Lenny Megliola discuss the Thursday federal court decision to overturn Tom Brady's DeflateGate punishment.
Mikey Adams and Lenny Megliola discuss Jackie Bradley Jr, Mookie Betts, Rusney Castillo, and who should play where. Also, the current outfield in context with Sox history.
With the transfer window coming to a close, Ben, Russ & Alex hand out transfer grades for each Premier League team. They also discuss the Revs recent surge and debate if it will continue this weekend.
Ken Laird and Ryan Hannable are joined this week by special guests Jim Callis of MLB.com and Rob Bradford of WEEI.com to discuss what new GM Dave Dombrowski will do with his new prospect system. Also, do the Sox really have the best Farm system in baseball? Finally, Ken travels to Lowell to chat with Spinners' catcher Austin Rei and manager Joe Oliver.
It’s peek draft season so Jim Hackett and Pete Davidson are back with today’s Fantasy Football Podcast on Draft Strategy. Pete Davidson’s article at Rotobahn.com “The 2015 Draft Plan” fuels a deep conversation on how to approach the draft at all the key positions Quarterback, Runningback, Wide Receiver, Tight End and Defense. Get prepared and Happy Drafting!
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