|Apr. 16 10:09 PM PT11:09 PM MT12:09 AM CT1:09 AM ET5:09 GMT1:09 PM 北京时间10:09 PM MST12:09 AM EST9:09 UAE07:091:09 ET12:09 AM CT4:09 - Scola had 26 points on 11-of-16 shooting with 15 rebounds in Phoenix's 119-112 win over Houston on Monday.
Analysis: Scola has scored 20 or more four times in his last 10 games after doing so eight times in the previous 71 games this season.
|Apr. 11 10:48 PM PT11:48 PM MT12:48 AM CT1:48 AM ET5:48 GMT1:48 PM 北京时间10:48 PM MST12:48 AM EST9:48 UAE07:481:48 ET12:48 AM CT4:48 - Scola had 11 points and a season-high 15 rebounds in Wednesday's 102-91 win at Dallas.
Analysis: Scola is averaging 18.7 points and 11.0 boards over his last three games, and he should continue to produce down the stretch.
|Apr. 10 10:06 PM PT11:06 PM MT12:06 AM CT1:06 AM ET5:06 GMT1:06 PM 北京时间10:06 PM MST12:06 AM EST9:06 UAE07:061:06 ET12:06 AM CT4:06 - Scola had 28 points on 12-of-20 shooting in Phoenix's 101-98 loss to Houston Tuesday.
Analysis: Scola is finishing the season on a strong stretch with 20 or more points in three of his last seven games.
|Jan. 24 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 UAE07:301:30 ET12:30 AM CT4:30 - Scola had 21 points and seven rebounds Wednesday in a 106-96 win at Sacramento.
Analysis: Scola is averaging 20.0 points on 56.0 percent shooting in his last seven road games.
|Jan. 12 8:33 PM PT9:33 PM MT10:33 PM CT11:33 PM ET4:33 GMT12:33 AM 北京时间9:33 PM MST11:33 PM EST8:33 UAE05:3323:33 ET10:33 PM CT2:33 - Scola scored 22 points to help the Phoenix Suns beat the Chicago Bulls 97-81 Saturday night, snapping a five-game losing streak.
Analysis: Ten of Scola's 22 came in the first quarter as the Suns earned their 2,000th win in franchise history in their 3,599th game.
|Jan. 3 9:22 PM PT10:22 PM MT11:22 PM CT12:22 AM ET5:22 GMT1:22 PM 北京时间10:22 PM MST12:22 AM EST9:22 UAE06:220:22 ET11:22 PM CT3:22 - Scola extended his personal stretch of explosive scoring to three games on Wednesday with 21 points against Philadelphia.
Analysis: Averaging 13.0 points on the season, Scola is putting up twice that (26.0) over his last three contests.
|Dec. 31 8:03 PM PT9:03 PM MT10:03 PM CT11:03 PM ET4:03 GMT12:03 AM 北京时间9:03 PM MST11:03 PM EST8:03 UAE05:0323:03 ET10:03 PM CT2:03 - Scola followed up his best game of the season with another good performance, scoring 24 points on 10-of-17 shooting in Phoenix's loss to Oklahoma City on Monday.
Analysis: Scola had scored 20 or more points only three previous times this season before doing it in each of the last two games.
|Dec. 30 2:22 PM PT3:22 PM MT4:22 PM CT5:22 PM ET22:22 GMT6:22 AM 北京时间3:22 PM MST5:22 PM EST2:22 UAE (+1)23:2217:22 ET4:22 PM CT20:22 - Scola had a season-high 33 points and 10 rebounds, but the Phoenix Suns fell 111-107 to Minnesota on Saturday.
Analysis: Scola, averaging 12.4 points, had scored a combined 69 over his previous eight games.
|Nov. 15 9:14 PM PT10:14 PM MT11:14 PM CT12:14 AM ET5:14 GMT1:14 PM 北京时间10:14 PM MST12:14 AM EST9:14 UAE06:140:14 ET11:14 PM CT3:14 - Scola had 24 points and 14 rebounds in Wednesday's 112-106 OT loss to Chicago.
Analysis: Scola is averaging 15.3 points and 8.9 rebounds.
|July 15 7:37 PM PT8:37 PM MT9:37 PM CT10:37 PM ET2:37 GMT10:37 AM 北京时间7:37 PM MST9:37 PM EST6:37 UAE (+1)04:3722:37 ET9:37 PM CT1:37 - The Phoenix Suns have won the bidding for forward Luis Scola and used the amnesty clause to cut forward Josh Childress.
Analysis: A fan favorite in Houston, the 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 14.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Rockets. He grabbed 2,984 rebounds to rank ninth on Houston's career list. But the Rockets used the amnesty option to waive Scola on Friday. The rugged Scola, who was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is due about $21 million over the next three seasons, and the move means his remaining contract will not count against Houston's salary cap or luxury tax.
|July 13 12:11 PM PT1:11 PM MT2:11 PM CT3:11 PM ET19:11 GMT3:11 AM 北京时间12:11 PM MST2:11 PM EST23:11 UAE21:1115:11 ET2:11 PM CT18:11 - A person with direct knowledge of the move says the Houston Rockets have waived Scola.
Analysis: The team used its amnesty clause on Scola, according to the person who spoke on condition of anonymity Friday because the move has not been announced. The one-time provision allows Scola to leave without his remaining contract counting against the team's salary cap or luxury tax. A fan favorite in Houston, the 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 14.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Rockets. He's due to make $21 million over the next three seasons.
In the latest edition of the "It Is What It Is" podcast, Chris Price and CSNNE's Mike Giardi take a look at the Patriots offseason on both sides of the ball, try and get a handle on which new guys will make an impact first, and whether or not the Patriots have altered their style when it comes to drafting and developing wide receivers.
Mike Florio joined the program to discuss the Jets decision to release Tim Tebow, he said the situation is as disaster all around for the Jets and that the problems begins with owner Woody Johnson. Mike also said that he was disappointed with the Pats moving back in the first round.
One of the hardest working men in the biz, Mike Petraglia aka "Trags", sits down with Butch Stearns live in Foxborough to help break down all the latest Pats moves. He discusses his reaction to the trade in Round 1 and the guys those picks produced. Also, the boys talk about the decent trade the Pats made in acquiring LeGarrette Blount from Tampa Bay for Jeff Demps and a 7th rounder.
We check in with Danny Ainge for our first talk to him since the Celtics season ended last weekend. We talk about the future of the team, KG, Pierce, Doc Rivers and more, as Danny directly answers the rumors being floated by ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
Jackie Mac joins the show to discuss the trade rumors swirling around Paul Pierce, KG, Doc Rivers and the Celtics. She also discusses the future of the Celtics head coach.
Stephen A. joined the program to discuss the trade rumors he has reported regarding a possible trade including Doc Rivers and the Clippers. Stephen A. also told the guys that he has heard that Danny and Doc may be tiring of working together.
Buster Olney joins Mut and Merloni to talk about the struggling Ellsbury and what that is doing to his contract value when he becomes a free agent.
Terry Francona joins the Dennis and Callahan Show to discuss his first-place Indians team as well as his time in Boston. The former Boston manager also touches on his recent book co-authored by Dan Shaughnessy and Shaughnessy's recent dust-up with David Ortiz.
Joe Castiglione talked with John Lackey after he picked up the W against the Twins. Lackey threw seven innings, and retired the 1st twelve batters of the game.
McGuire joins Mut and Merloni to discuss the Bruins game 3 win, the Rangers awful power play, and the Shawn Thornton Derek Dorsett altercation.
Shawn joined the program to discuss his big night at MSG. He told the guys that it is not Marchand's job to fight and that he needs to be on the ice and out of the penalty box.
Cleveland Indians hottest team in baseball, yet remain last in attendance May 19, 2013 By AJ Kaufman 6 Comments There’s a scene in Major League where Bob Uecker, portraying the radio voice of the Indians, bemoans, “In case you haven’t noticed, and judging by the attendance you haven’t, the Indians have managed to win a few here and there, and are threatening to climb out of the cellar.” Well, that was nearly 25 years ago and fictional, but today’s reality is that Cleveland has won 17 of its last 21, and currently tops the AL Central with a mark of 25-17. No one in the majors is better than the Indians in the past month (20-7). That’s great news. The bad news, however, is the Tribe somehow remain in the MLB cellar when it comes to attendance. How can this be? The fact that I wrote on this same topic almost to the day last year – when only Tampa Bay drew fewer fans than Cleveland - may be even more troubling. Though roughly 34,000 watched a walk-off win Friday night against Seattle, perfect weather and free caps weren’t enough to draw more than 36,000 Saturday and Sunday combined. What did the Indians do in those tilts? They nabbed another walk-off win on Saturday, then the Indians crushed the great Felix Hernandez Sunday behind Justin Masterson, arguably the AL’s best pitcher right now. Fun fact: The Indians have already faced eight Cy Young Award winners in 2013: Bartolo Colon, R.A. Dickey, Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Jake Peavy, David Price, Justin Verlander and Hernandez. They have won seven out those eight matchups. Simply astounding. This offseason, the much-maligned Indians front office finally made a legitimate attempt to improve the team through free agency. I’m not talking an Ubaldo Jimenez-like trade, but rather smart acquisitions that brought veterans Mike Aviles, Michael Bourn, Jason Giambi, Scott Kazmir, Brett Myers, Mark Reynolds, Drew Stubbs and Nick Swisher to Cleveland. In addition to being a fantastic place to watch a game due to great egress and ingress, with extremely affordable tickets, the best promo lineup anywhere, Jacobs Field boasts overall, cooler, less muggy summer weather than most Midwestern locales. The team also lowered beer and hot dog prices to $4 and $3 respectively. What other professional stadium in any sport offers that? I have visited 28 of the 30 current Major League Baseball stadia, and few top The Jake when all angles are considered. I say that as a baseball fan, not an Indians fan. As for the putative “economic” angle, these are the same people who spend insane amounts of money to watch terrible football every fall and show up in decent numbers for putrid basketball in the winter. Irrespective of season length, those sports charge up to 10 times the price for a ticket, and the atmosphere isn’t half as fan-friendly as baseball. I understand fans’ lack of willingness to get on board to some degree. A decent recap of Cleveland’s decade of “rebuilding” can be read here and the team suffered a horrific collapse last August. However, in addition to all the benefits of attending games at Jacobs (now Progressive) Field, fans should also realize the team has potential and often exceeds preseason aspirations at any point without warning. Cleveland hosts the rival Detroit Tigers — heavy favorites to repeat as AL Central champs — Tuesday and Wednesday nights before hitting the road. The temperature should be pleasant at first pitch each evening so you’d expect The Jake to be full to watch the best hitter on the planet right now — but don’t count on it.
Our afternoon host Mike Salk was offended at Gerry and Kirk's conversation on his favorite band Rush, the guys responded.
Mut and Merloni discuss the Derek Dorsett, Brad Marchand, and Shawn Thornton altercation and how great it was.
We talk to #54 about his career and well deserved induction to the Patriots Hall of Fame.
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We check in with ESPN's great hockey analyst and former NHL coach Barry Melrose to get his take on this Bruins-Rangers series. We also ask the coach in him how he'd deal with the great play of the rookie defensemen when the vets get healthy... and his answer might surprise you.
The Bruins look to take a 3-0 series lead, Jon Lester gets his first loss, Dwight Howard has options in free agency.
Today on the Daily Planet the Bruins have a 2-0 lead over the New york Rangers, the Red Sox are back on the winning sde of things, and the noteable birthdays of the day.
The Bruins have almost finished raking the Leafs, the Red Sox struggle from the mound, Miami Heat fans show their level of class.
They're like a ray of morning sunshine on an otherwise gloomy day.
....uhhhh.....a bunch of bombs over there....
Sounds like a prostate exam to me!
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Jeff Bauman, a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing, joined the show to give the guys an update of his condition and a first-hand account of that terrible day. Jeff told the guys how he wrote the description of the bomber as soon as he could. Mr. Bauman added that he is aided every day with the knowledge that he is alive and the terrorist that detonated the bomb is dead.More from this show
Elliotte Friedman joined the show to discuss the Bruins domination of the series thus far. He said that while nothing is certain he cannot see a way in which the Rangers come back and win the series.More from this show
By and large, the focus of development in the minor leagues is on players. Still, there is a developmental path for coaches and managers in the farm system, as is evident from the fact that the previous two managers of the Red Sox' Triple-A affiliate in Pawtucket -- Torey Lovullo (2010) and Arnie Beyeler (2011-12) are now both on the Red Sox' big league coaching staff. They share their insights about the differences between player and coaching expectations in Triple-A vs. the majors, while discussing professional development from the perspective of former minor league managers who aspire to similar positions in the big leagues.More from this show