|Mar. 24 6:46 PM PT7:46 PM MT8:46 PM CT9:46 PM ET1:46 GMT9:46 6:46 PM MST8:46 PM EST5:46 UAE (+1)02:4621:46 ET7:46 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 11 points Friday, going 5 of 12 from the field, as the Phoenix Suns lost to the Boston Celtics 130-120. Barbosa grabbed five rebounds and did not have an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of +1 in his 30:01 on the floor. He tacked on one steal. Barbosa went 1 of 3 from behind the arc.|
|Mar. 23 6:27 PM PT7:27 PM MT8:27 PM CT9:27 PM ET1:27 GMT9:27 6:27 PM MST8:27 PM EST5:27 UAE (+1)02:2721:27 ET7:27 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 11 points Thursday on 4-of-13 shooting as the Phoenix Suns fell to the Brooklyn Nets 126-98. Barbosa grabbed six rebounds and added an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of -29 in his 31:10 of playing time. He tacked on one steal.|
|Mar. 21 8:57 PM PT9:57 PM MT10:57 PM CT11:57 PM ET3:57 GMT11:57 8:57 PM MST10:57 PM EST7:57 UAE (+1)04:5723:57 ET9:57 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 13 points Tuesday, going 4 of 7 from the field, as the Phoenix Suns lost to the Miami Heat 112-97. Barbosa grabbed one rebound and added an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of -10 in his 17:56 on the floor. Barbosa went 1 of 2 from behind the arc.|
|Mar. 7 8:14 PM PT9:14 PM MT10:14 PM CT11:14 PM ET4:14 GMT12:14 9:14 PM MST11:14 PM EST8:14 UAE05:1423:14 ET10:14 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 12 points Tuesday on 3-of-9 shooting as the Phoenix Suns fell to the Washington Wizards 131-127. Barbosa grabbed two rebounds and had three assists, tallying a plus-minus of +3 in his 23:26 on the floor. He added one block and one steal. Barbosa went 2 of 6 from behind the arc.|
|Mar. 5 4:34 PM PT5:34 PM MT6:34 PM CT7:34 PM ET0:34 GMT8:34 5:34 PM MST7:34 PM EST4:34 UAE (+1)01:3419:34 ET6:34 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored two points Sunday, going 1 of 8 from the field, as the Phoenix Suns topped the Boston Celtics 109-106. Barbosa pulled down three rebounds and did not have an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of -8 in his 13:17 on the floor.|
|Mar. 3 8:12 PM PT9:12 PM MT10:12 PM CT11:12 PM ET4:12 GMT12:12 9:12 PM MST11:12 PM EST8:12 UAE05:1223:12 ET10:12 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 14 points Friday on 5-of-9 shooting as the Phoenix Suns defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 118-111. Barbosa pulled down one rebound and dished out two assists, accumulating a plus-minus of +8 in his 19:36 on the floor. Barbosa went 1 of 4 from behind the arc.|
|Mar. 2 7:49 PM PT8:49 PM MT9:49 PM CT10:49 PM ET3:49 GMT11:49 8:49 PM MST10:49 PM EST7:49 UAE (+1)04:4922:49 ET9:49 PM CTNaN:� - Leandro Barbosa scored 16 points Thursday on 7-of-11 shooting as the Phoenix Suns defeated the Charlotte Hornets 120-103. Barbosa grabbed four rebounds and added an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of +21 in his 23:03 on the floor before fouling out. He added two steals. Barbosa went 1 of 4 from behind the arc.|
|Dec. 22 3:38 PM PT4:38 PM MT5:38 PM CT6:38 PM ET23:38 GMT7:38 4:38 PM MST6:38 PM EST3:38 UAE (+1)00:3818:38 ET5:38 PM CTNaN:� - Barbosa will play in Friday's matchup with the Sixers after being listed as questionable due to right knee tendinitis.
Analysis: It's possible this injury has been bothering him for a while considering he has played less than 15 minutes in each of the past three games.
|Dec. 12 9:39 PM PT10:39 PM MT11:39 PM CT12:39 AM ET5:39 GMT13:39 10:39 PM MST12:39 AM EST9:39 UAE06:390:39 ET11:39 PM CTNaN:� - Barbosa scored 18 points Sunday.
Analysis: He has reached double digits in four straight games, the first time he's done so since Jan. 30 to Feb. 4, when he was with Golden State.
|July 6 8:42 PM PT9:42 PM MT10:42 PM CT11:42 PM ET3:42 GMT11:42 8:42 PM MST10:42 PM EST7:42 UAE (+1)05:4223:42 ET10:42 PM CT2:42 - The Suns have agreed to terms with Barbosa on a two-year, $8 million contract. According to a person with knowledge of the negotiations, the second year of the deal contains only $500,000 in guaranteed money.
Analysis: Barbosa will have his third stint with Phoenix, having spent his first seven NBA seasons there from 2003-10 and returning to the team for the 2013-14 campaign. The 13-year veteran played the last two seasons with Golden State and averaged 6.4 points and 15.9 minutes in 68 games in 2015-16.
We had an impromptu visit from Peter King from SI / MMQB to our Fenway Studios and decided to talk some NFL and Patriots with him.
Pete talks with The Senator, Phil Perry about the Patriots trading for Dwayne Allen, ruling out a return to New England for Martellus Bennett. They also talk about the potential future of Patriots backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo and some of the big names in NFL free agency
Pete, Thornton and Price give their final thoughts and predictions for the Super Bowl.
Dale, Holley and Rich Keefe discuss NBA lottery pick Lonzo Ball with his very outspoken father Lavar Ball. The guys touch on the Celtics, his feud with his sons' high school coach, Lonzo being better than Steph Curry and much more.
Kirk, Gerry, and Alex Reimer discuss whether or not Isaiah Thomas will win a title in Boston.
Gerry, Kirk, and Trenni react to the Celtics loss against the Suns.
We sit down with the manager of the Sox, John Farrell, for our weekly interview.
Rob Bradford is joined by Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Craig Breslow, who is one of the foremost authorities among professional athletes when it comes to understanding how charities work. Not only does Breslow head up his own charity, the Strike 3 Foundation, but also proactively has taken the Boston Globe to task via a letter to the editor after a 2013 article criticizing the allocation of funds for high-profile athlete's charities. Breslow digs into the recent controversy surrounding Tom Brady's affiliation with Best Buddies, explaining why the recent Globe article was misguided.
Joe Castiglione and Tim Neverett talked to the Sox left fielder, who had five hits in the Sox win in Baltimore.
Hour 4. Bradford joins the show to defend the fact that he attends Ortiz’s charity event for free. Alex doesn’t think it was unethical to out Hernandez.
Hour 3. Kirk goes on his second rant of the day. Minihane orders Alex’s and Gerry’s mics to be turned off and hosts the show by himself.
Hour 2. The guys talk discuss Hernandez’s gay lover with Reimer. Reimer says there aren’t a lot of straight guys looking to experiment. Bradford tells Mut he paid for his wife to attend the Ortiz charity event.
HOUR 3 - ESPN layoffs continue. One time Fauria didn't know Sage Steele's name so he called her "Rashard." ESPN has pretty much decided to punt on hockey. Marcus Smart responds to Jimmy Butler. Glenn dreams of the Celtics adding Gordon Hayward in the offseason.
HOUR 4 - The guys kept us updated on the wave of ESPN firings. Paul was blocked by Pete Abe. Fauria still hates Dan Dakich. Will Gerald Green be a factor, again, tonight? The lawyer for Kyle Kennedy (Aaron Hernandez' rumored gay lover) Larry Army gave a press conference.
Some house cleaning is being done at ESPN as reports of employee cuts begin to come out. And how pissed/not pissed should Matt Barnes be?
We sit down with the manager of the Sox, John Farrell, for our weekly interview.
The article didn't actually reveal anything that wasn't already public record, but the Globe "expose" on Brady and his relationship with the Best Buddies charity certainly has everybody around here talking about it.
We spend some time talking Sox as news of the rain cancellation comes down. A few more thoughts on the spat in Baltimore and Dustin Pedroia, plus David Price takes to twitter for his "media session".
Kirk Minihane, Springsteen super fan, is joined by Garry W. Tallent, founding member of the E Street Band. Kirk and Garry talk about what it's like on tour with Bruce, how the band goes about selecting songs for the tour, Garry's projects away from the band, and Garry's upcoming solo tour that will bring him to the New England area.
Kirk Minihane, future radio hall of famer, sits down with current radio hall of famer Howie Carr. Kirk and Howie talk about Howie's latest book Kennedy Babylon. If you like famous people engaging in sex scandals, hard drug taking, and murder this is the podcast for you. Its a fascinating look at Boston's most famous family and the problems that took the family down.
Kirk Minihane, host and overlord of the morning show, brings Gerry Callahan and producers Chris and Ken into the studio to hear his show proposal. Kirk is thinking about making some changes to the morning show and wants to hear his crew's opinion.
Buck and Reimer debate over whether it’s appropriate to speculate about Aaron Hernandez’s sexuality. Buck says his sources don’t corroborate what Michele McPhee and the Daily Mail have reported about the disgraced ex-NFL star’s love life. Reimer disagrees with the Boston Globe's assertion that there's a homophobic element to the Hernandez story.
Buck and Reimer share their coming out stories and discuss the different ways they decided to reveal their sexualities. Buck waited until more than 30 years into his career, whereas Reimer announced he was gay during his second appearance on WEEI. On that note, Buck presses Reimer on whether he's exploiting his sexuality to further his career.
Rich Keefe & Uncle Buck (Boston Sports 101) talk about the greatest comic book writer of all-time, Alan Moore. They look at his best works including Watchmen, From Hell, V for Vendetta, Batman: The Killing Joke and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Plus they rank the movies he has inspired (and refused to watch).
Hour 3. Kirk goes on his second rant of the day. Minihane orders Alex’s and Gerry’s mics to be turned off and hosts the show by himself.More from this show
Hour 4. Crazy Al calls in for the second day in a row. A terrible caller tries to make a point. The Arkansas inmates had interesting last meals. Tomase’s epic acceptance speech.More from this show
Hour 1. In a wild opening segment, Kirk and Gerry lash out at the Globe and Joe Sullivan. Reimer weighs in on Cyd Ziegler’s Hernandez take. Michael Holley thinks the Globe would do the same story on Ortiz as they did on Brady and Best Buddies.More from this show
Rob Bradford is joined by Minnesota Twins relief pitcher Craig Breslow, who is one of the foremost authorities among professional athletes when it comes to understanding how charities work. Not only does Breslow head up his own charity, the Strike 3 Foundation, but also proactively has taken the Boston Globe to task via a letter to the editor after a 2013 article criticizing the allocation of funds for high-profile athlete's charities. Breslow digs into the recent controversy surrounding Tom Brady's affiliation with Best Buddies, explaining why the recent Globe article was misguided.More from this show
Hour 2. The guys talk discuss Hernandez’s gay lover with Reimer. Reimer says there aren’t a lot of straight guys looking to experiment. Bradford tells Mut he paid for his wife to attend the Ortiz charity event.More from this show