|Apr. 10 5:12 AM PT6:12 AM MT7:12 AM CT8:12 AM ET12:12 GMT20:12 5:12 AM MST7:12 AM EST16:12 UAE14:128:12 ET7:12 AM CT11:12 - Gay had 24 points Saturday.
Analysis: This was a nice night for Gay in the final game at Sleep Train Arena.
|Apr. 2 8:16 PM PT9:16 PM MT10:16 PM CT11:16 PM ET3:16 GMT11:16 8:16 PM MST10:16 PM EST7:16 UAE (+1)05:1623:16 ET10:16 PM CT2:16 - Gay had 25 points and nine rebounds Saturday.
Analysis: Gay hardly played well as he missed 11 of 18 shots.
|Mar. 21 8:49 PM PT9:49 PM MT10:49 PM CT11:49 PM ET3:49 GMT11:49 8:49 PM MST10:49 PM EST7:49 UAE (+1)04:4923:49 ET9:49 PM CT2:49 - Gay scored 18 on Monday.
Analysis: Make it four straight games for Gay without cracking 20.
|Mar. 20 7:42 PM PT8:42 PM MT9:42 PM CT10:42 PM ET2:42 GMT10:42 7:42 PM MST9:42 PM EST6:42 UAE (+1)03:4222:42 ET8:42 PM CT1:42 - Gay scored 17 on Sunday.
Analysis: Gay has been lame with an average of 14.8 points in his last five games.
|Feb. 29 1:59 PM PT2:59 PM MT3:59 PM CT4:59 PM ET21:59 GMT5:59 2:59 PM MST4:59 PM EST1:59 UAE (+1)22:5916:59 ET3:59 PM CT20:59 - Gay is out with a sore shoulder.
Analysis: It's unknown when he'll be back.
|Feb. 2 10:27 PM PT11:27 PM MT12:27 AM CT1:27 AM ET6:27 GMT14:27 11:27 PM MST1:27 AM EST10:27 UAE07:271:27 ET12:27 AM CT4:27 - Gay scored 32 points with nine rebounds and six assists in the Kings' 111-104 win over Milwaukee on Monday.
Analysis: Gay has totaled 53 points on 19 for 32 from the field in two games after sitting out four of the previous five with a corneal abrasion and a left heel contusion.
|Jan. 27 9:40 PM PT10:40 PM MT11:40 PM CT12:40 AM ET5:40 GMT13:40 10:40 PM MST12:40 AM EST9:40 UAE06:400:40 ET11:40 PM CT3:40 - Gay will return for Saturday's game at Memphis.
Analysis: Gay, Sacramento's second-leading scorer, missed two games earlier this week after being poked in the eye during Monday's double-overtime loss to Charlotte.
|Jan. 22 10:26 PM PT11:26 PM MT12:26 AM CT1:26 AM ET6:26 GMT14:26 11:26 PM MST1:26 AM EST10:26 UAE07:261:26 ET12:26 AM CT4:26 - Gay scored 20 on Monday.
Analysis: Gay returned after missing two straight games with a bruised heel.
|Jan. 15 11:13 PM PT12:13 AM MT1:13 AM CT2:13 AM ET7:13 GMT15:13 12:13 AM MST2:13 AM EST11:13 UAE08:132:13 ET1:13 AM CT5:13 - Gay came through with 24 points and nine rebounds in Thursday's win at Utah.
Analysis: After a so-so December, Gay has stepped up his production in January. He's averaging 21.6 points and 6.8 rebounds while shooting 56.4 percent over his past five games.
|Jan. 6 11:04 PM PT12:04 AM MT1:04 AM CT2:04 AM ET7:04 GMT15:04 12:04 AM MST2:04 AM EST11:04 UAE08:042:04 ET1:04 AM CT5:04 - Gay came to life with 31 points in Tuesday's double-overtime loss in Dallas.
Analysis: Gay finished 13 of 20 from the field for one of his best shooting efforts of the season. He had been really struggling, hitting at a 37.9 percent clip while averaging a modest 13.0 points over his previous five.
|Dec. 27 8:06 PM PT9:06 PM MT10:06 PM CT11:06 PM ET4:06 GMT12:06 9:06 PM MST11:06 PM EST8:06 UAE05:0623:06 ET10:06 PM CT2:06 - Gay was way off target Sunday.
Analysis: Gay missed 10 of 12 shots and finished with seven points, but did collect 14 rebounds.
|Dec. 16 10:11 PM PT11:11 PM MT12:11 AM CT1:11 AM ET6:11 GMT14:11 11:11 PM MST1:11 AM EST10:11 UAE07:111:11 ET12:11 AM CT4:11 - Gay had with 17 points, a season-high 13 rebounds and a career-high six steals Tuesday night to lead the Kings to a 107-97 victory over the Rockets.
Analysis: Sacramento is 9-8 since a 1-7 start, and Gay has averaged 19.2 points while shooting 50 percent in that span.
|Dec. 7 10:13 PM PT11:13 PM MT12:13 AM CT1:13 AM ET6:13 GMT14:13 11:13 PM MST1:13 AM EST10:13 UAE07:131:13 ET12:13 AM CT4:13 - Gay scored 20 points to go with seven rebounds, three assists and three steals on Sunday.
Analysis: He made 8 of 18 shots and 2 of 6 from 3-point range in 36 minutes.
|Nov. 29 10:06 PM PT11:06 PM MT12:06 AM CT1:06 AM ET6:06 GMT14:06 11:06 PM MST1:06 AM EST10:06 UAE07:061:06 ET12:06 AM CT4:06 - Gay rebounded from an awful shooting performance with 20 points on Sunday.
Analysis: He made 7 of 20 shots and grabbed seven rebounds to wash away the taste of 1-for-13 shooting and a season-low two points on Friday.
|Nov. 26 10:41 PM PT11:41 PM MT12:41 AM CT1:41 AM ET6:41 GMT14:41 11:41 PM MST1:41 AM EST10:41 UAE07:411:41 ET12:41 AM CT4:41 - Gay scored a season-high 36 points in the Kings' 129-118 win at Milwaukee on Wednesday.
Analysis: Gay's performance came two days after he had 28 points and 10 rebounds in a 127-122 overtime loss at Charlotte. He's capable of a big scoring effort, but his average of 19.5 points indicates he can have an off-night at times, too.
|Nov. 19 5:38 PM PT6:38 PM MT7:38 PM CT8:38 PM ET1:38 GMT9:38 6:38 PM MST8:38 PM EST5:38 UAE (+1)02:3820:38 ET7:38 PM CT23:38 - Gay left the Kings' game Thursday night against the Miami Heat after straining his left shoulder.
Analysis: Gay was hurt in the third quarter driving to the basket as Miami's Justise Winslow took a swipe at the ball. Gay immediately grabbed his shoulder and left the game. He finished with 13 points in 25 minutes.
|Nov. 4 9:47 PM PT10:47 PM MT11:47 PM CT12:47 AM ET5:47 GMT13:47 10:47 PM MST12:47 AM EST9:47 UAE06:470:47 ET11:47 PM CT3:47 - Gay had 19 points Tuesday.
Analysis: Gay made 7 of 17 shots in a poor effort and has no time to recover for Wednesday's game in Phoenix.
|Oct. 31 10:47 PM PT11:47 PM MT12:47 AM CT1:47 AM ET5:47 GMT13:47 10:47 PM MST12:47 AM EST9:47 UAE06:471:47 ET11:47 PM CT3:47 - Gay scored 19 on 8-of-12 shooting against the Lakers on Friday.
Analysis: Gay also tallied six rebounds and three assists for the second consecutive game.
Field calls the boys live from the ESPN studios in CT to discuss how the Steelers can stay alive in this game today. He also gets into Julian Edelman's role, the dominance of Gronk, and some fantasy football issues. He also discusses his frustrations with how the NFL has dealt with disciplinary issues specifically domestic violence.
Fauria calls the boys from the friendly confines of the Fauria compound. He discusses the various matchups at play today and how the Pats defense will force Landry Jones to beat them. He also talks about playing against the Steelers at Heinz Field, the biggest rivalries for the Pats and more.
Jason Whitlock was back at it again last week on his Fox show discussing race and cutlure in the NFL and how it is sometimes easier for white guys to get acclimated in the NFL. Pete thinks that is complete garbage.
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Red Sox Hall of Famer Joe Castiglione wraps up the 2016 Boston Red Sox season
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DJ and Pete are together for the final Sunday Skate of the season. They get into their overall thoughts on the season, the Bruins keeping Claude Julien on as head coach and the end-of-season press conferences last week. They discuss the rebuild process, what the Bruins need and how they can obtain it. Plenty of callers have their own theories and opinions on all of these topics as well.
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Gerry, Kirk and Mut react to Mad Dog defending Josh Brown.
The guys praised Jerry Thornton's questions to Peter King and headlines with Minihane.
Glenn, Lou, and Christian discuss the MMQB's comments on Dale and Holley defending the NFL and Giants organization. They find fault with him and other NFL apologists in their rationale of making excuses for the league and the Giants as to why Josh Brown was only suspended one game.
The OMFers open the show talking about new revelations about Giants Kicker Josh Brown and his domestic violence case. They discuss the NFL's failure to uphold the standards that they had placed on themselves in policing domestic violence perpetrators.
Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio makes his weekly appearance on OMF to discuss the NFL and New York Giants mishandling of the Josh Brown situation.
We discuss the NFL and the Patriots with Hall of Famer Michael Irvin as the Pats prepare to head to Pittsburgh to take on the Stillers.
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We close out the show with the best clips of the day and LAROY!
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Kirk was scheduled to interview Jeff Pearlman but the connection sucked and we called a late audible and interrupted the K&C Post Show podcast. Kirk takes over the K&C podcast and turns into Enough About Me and an epic bitchfest ensues.
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Thomas returns from hiatus to join Conor in discussing the latest BC football disappointment. They review BC-Cuse and preview the rest of the season.
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