|Feb. 15 8:00 PM PT9:00 PM MT10:00 PM CT11:00 PM ET4:00 GMT12:00 9:00 PM MST11:00 PM EST8:00 UAE05:0023:00 ET10:00 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews delivered a dud in Wednesday's loss at Detroit, in which he missed all seven of his 3-point tries and ended 4 of 13 from the field for eight points.
Analysis: The streaky guard came in averaging 18.8 points and hitting 15 of 32 (46.9 percent) of his 3-point attempts over his previous six games. Matthews is having a fairly solid overall season, though Wednesday's performance is a remainder that he can be a frustrating fantasy player to own.
|Feb. 12 8:22 AM PT9:22 AM MT10:22 AM CT11:22 AM ET16:22 GMT0:22 9:22 AM MST11:22 AM EST20:22 UAE17:2211:22 ET10:22 AM CTNaN:� - Matthews stayed hot with a 20-point effort that helped the Mavericks rout Orlando on Saturday. The veteran guard made 6 of 8 attempts from 3-point range while adding six assists and four rebounds.
Analysis: Matthews is averaging 19 points, 5.4 assists and five rebounds over his last five games and scored 20 or more three times during that stretch. He's shooting 54.2 percent overall and 51.9 percent (14 of 27) from beyond the arc over that time frame.
|Feb. 4 6:12 AM PT7:12 AM MT8:12 AM CT9:12 AM ET14:12 GMT22:12 7:12 AM MST9:12 AM EST18:12 UAE15:129:12 ET8:12 AM CTNaN:� - Matthews had 27 points Friday.
Analysis: Though inconsistent, Matthews has scored at least 20 in two of the last three games.
|Jan. 31 6:22 AM PT7:22 AM MT8:22 AM CT9:22 AM ET14:22 GMT22:22 7:22 AM MST9:22 AM EST18:22 UAE15:229:22 ET8:22 AM CTNaN:� - Matthews had 21 points Monday.
Analysis: It's the first time in 13 games he's scored at least 20.
|Jan. 22 2:57 PM PT3:57 PM MT4:57 PM CT5:57 PM ET22:57 GMT6:57 3:57 PM MST5:57 PM EST2:57 UAE (+1)23:5717:57 ET4:57 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews sat out the second half of Sunday's win over the Lakers after straining his right hip late in the second quarter. He finished with 13 points in 14 minutes.
Analysis: Matthews said afterward he expects to be OK for Wednesday's game against the Knicks. The veteran guard has helped Dallas win four of its last six by averaging 15 points and going 19 for 39 (48.7 percent) from 3-point range during that stretch.
|Jan. 22 6:40 PM PT7:40 PM MT8:40 PM CT9:40 PM ET2:40 GMT10:40 7:40 PM MST9:40 PM EST6:40 UAE (+1)03:4021:40 ET8:40 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews (hip) had 17 points on 6-of-10 shooting with seven rebounds in his return Sunday.
Analysis: Dallas' second-leading scorer played 31 minutes after missing two games with a strained right hip. Matthews has scored in double figures in seven straight games while shooting 48.8 percent, prior to which he was at 38.2 percent.
|Jan. 19 6:58 PM PT7:58 PM MT8:58 PM CT9:58 PM ET2:58 GMT10:58 7:58 PM MST9:58 PM EST6:58 UAE (+1)03:5821:58 ET8:58 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews continued a nice stretch with 18 points, shooting 4 of 9 from long range, to go with five rebounds in Thursday's loss at Miami.
Analysis: He has scored in double figures in four straight games, averaging 16.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists while knocking down 15 of 30 from behind the arc.
|Jan. 15 12:35 PM PT1:35 PM MT2:35 PM CT3:35 PM ET20:35 GMT4:35 1:35 PM MST3:35 PM EST0:35 UAE (+1)21:3515:35 ET2:35 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews went 4 for 8 from 3-point range while tallying 19 points and a season-high seven rebounds in the Mavericks' win over Minnesota on Sunday.
Analysis: The streaky guard seems to be back on track after breaking out of a horrendous slump with Thursday's 18-point effort against Phoenix, in which he also knocked down 4 of 8 tries from beyond the arc. Matthews totaled 20 points while shooting a woeful 22.6 percent from the field over his previous three games.
|Dec. 30 9:19 PM PT10:19 PM MT11:19 PM CT12:19 AM ET5:19 GMT13:19 10:19 PM MST12:19 AM EST9:19 UAE06:190:19 ET11:19 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews recorded 20 points and matched a season high with six rebounds to help the Mavericks defeat the Lakers on Thursday.
Analysis: The Dallas guard's 3-point shooting has been spotty over the course of the season, but he's 10 for 23 (43.5 percent) from beyond the arc over his last three games and registered five straight outings of 16 or more points.
|Dec. 26 8:28 PM PT9:28 PM MT10:28 PM CT11:28 PM ET4:28 GMT12:28 9:28 PM MST11:28 PM EST8:28 UAE05:2823:28 ET10:28 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews went just 4 of 11 from the field Monday, but did make 3 of 7 shots from 3-point range while scoring 17 points in Dallas' loss at New Orleans.
Analysis: A notoriously streaky shooter, this qualifies as Matthews' best game in two weeks. He entered the contest having made only 24.4 percent of his 3-point tries while averaging a pedestrian 12.2 points over his previous six outings.
|Dec. 19 8:19 PM PT9:19 PM MT10:19 PM CT11:19 PM ET4:19 GMT12:19 9:19 PM MST11:19 PM EST8:19 UAE05:1923:19 ET10:19 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews' slump continued Monday as he was held to nine points and shot 3 of 11 from the field, though he did have five assists.
Analysis: Matthews is averaging 10.3 points and shooting 33.3 percent over the Mavericks' past four games.
|Dec. 14 7:45 PM PT8:45 PM MT9:45 PM CT10:45 PM ET3:45 GMT11:45 8:45 PM MST10:45 PM EST7:45 UAE (+1)04:4522:45 ET9:45 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews' outstanding recent run came to an end in Wednesday's loss to Detroit, when he managed just four points on 2-of-10 shooting.
Analysis: Matthews came in averaging 21.8 points over his past nine games and having made at least four 3-pointers in six straight. The streaky guard had shot an excellent 48.8 percent from beyond the arc over that nine-game span, but was 0 for 5 Wednesday.
|Dec. 12 7:42 PM PT8:42 PM MT9:42 PM CT10:42 PM ET3:42 GMT11:42 8:42 PM MST10:42 PM EST7:42 UAE (+1)04:4222:42 ET9:42 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews had another strong performance with 25 points - one shy of his season high - on 10-of-14 shooting in Monday's win over Denver.
Analysis: Matthews hit his first five 3-point attempts before finishing 5 of 7. He's been very good in his last six games, averaging 22.5 points while connecting on 30 of 56 from downtown in his last six games.
|Dec. 11 9:32 PM PT10:32 PM MT11:32 PM CT12:32 AM ET5:32 GMT13:32 10:32 PM MST12:32 AM EST9:32 UAE06:320:32 ET11:32 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews scored 26 points for a second straight night during the Mavericks' loss at Houston on Saturday.
Analysis: The veteran guard drained five more 3-pointers and is shooting 46.8 percent from beyond the arc during an eight-game stretch in which he's averaged 21.4 points and tallied 26 four different times.
|Dec. 9 8:36 PM PT9:36 PM MT10:36 PM CT11:36 PM ET4:36 GMT12:36 9:36 PM MST11:36 PM EST8:36 UAE05:3623:36 ET10:36 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews continued his recent hot stretch by draining five 3-pointers and putting up 26 points to help the Mavericks defeat Indiana on Friday.
Analysis: Matthews' shot has really been falling of late, as he's a torrid 20 of 36 (55.6 percent) from beyond the arc over his last four games. He's averaging 20.7 points over his past seven.
|Dec. 5 8:30 PM PT9:30 PM MT10:30 PM CT11:30 PM ET4:30 GMT12:30 9:30 PM MST11:30 PM EST8:30 UAE05:3023:30 ET10:30 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews registered 16 points and ended 4 for 9 from 3-point range in the Mavericks' loss to Charlotte on Monday.
Analysis: Matthews, who went 7 of 11 from beyond the arc during a 26-point effort Saturday against Chicago, has stepped up his production by averaging 20.6 points over his past five games. He's hit on 46 percent of his 3-point tries over that period.
|Dec. 4 9:02 PM PT10:02 PM MT11:02 PM CT12:02 AM ET5:02 GMT13:02 10:02 PM MST12:02 AM EST9:02 UAE06:020:02 ET11:02 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews had his shot working again on Saturday, when he drained 7 of 11 tries from 3-point range and tied a season-high with 26 points to lead the Mavericks past Chicago.
Analysis: Matthews was 1 of 11 from beyond the arc two nights ago, but he's still connecting at a 46.3 percent rate during a four-game stretch in which he's averaged 21.8 points. He's shooting 43.8 percent from 3 at home this season, compared to a 31.3 percent mark on the road.
|Nov. 30 8:39 PM PT9:39 PM MT10:39 PM CT11:39 PM ET4:39 GMT12:39 9:39 PM MST11:39 PM EST8:39 UAE05:3923:39 ET10:39 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews was a bright spot in another loss for Dallas, scoring a season-high 26 points and going 5 of 11 from 3-point range in a loss to the Spurs.
Analysis: Matthews has 47 points and is 11 for 19 from deep in his last two games. Clearly, Matthews has found his long-range stroke and with the Mavs struggling in all phases, he'll have plenty of opportunities to put up numbers.
|Nov. 27 6:48 PM PT7:48 PM MT8:48 PM CT9:48 PM ET2:48 GMT10:48 7:48 PM MST9:48 PM EST6:48 UAE (+1)03:4821:48 ET8:48 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews was on fire in the Mavericks' victory over New Orleans on Sunday, draining 6 of 8 shots from 3-point range en route to 21 points.
Analysis: The streaky guard went through a brutal slump for much of November but appears to have rebounded, as he's 14 for 25 from 3 over a four-game stretch in which he's averaged 16.3 points.
|Nov. 23 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:� - Matthews shot the ball well again in producing 18 points in Dallas' loss to the Clippers on Wednesday.
Analysis: The guard ended 6 of 10 from the field and is hitting at a 56.3 percent clip (9 for 16) from 3-point range over a three-game stretch in which he's averaged 17 points.
|Nov. 21 8:41 PM PT9:41 PM MT10:41 PM CT11:41 PM ET4:41 GMT12:41 9:41 PM MST11:41 PM EST8:41 UAE05:4123:41 ET10:41 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews had 20 points, five rebounds and four assists Monday.
Analysis: It was an encouraging performance for Matthews, who shot 6 of 13 from the field with three 3-pointers. He's shooting just 32.9 percent from the floor for the season.
|Nov. 16 7:58 PM PT8:58 PM MT9:58 PM CT10:58 PM ET3:58 GMT11:58 8:58 PM MST10:58 PM EST7:58 UAE (+1)04:5822:58 ET9:58 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews had 22 points while hitting 6 of 13 from 3-point range in Wednesday's loss to the Celtics.
Analysis: This was a good sign for Matthews, who has been plagued by a sore foot. He had averaged 8.3 points on 26.2 percent shooting over his previous four games.
|Nov. 3 8:13 AM PT9:13 AM MT10:13 AM CT11:13 AM ET15:13 GMT23:13 8:13 AM MST10:13 AM EST19:13 UAE16:1311:13 ET9:13 AM CTNaN:� - Matthews fought off a nagging foot injury to play Wednesday, scoring a season-low 12 points but shooting 4 of 9 from the field and 3 of 5 from 3-point range.
Analysis: Despite the low point total, Matthews' performance could be a good sign considering he had been 6 of 33 from beyond the arc through the season's first three games. His overall shooting percentage has gone up with every game.
|Oct. 30 7:22 PM PT8:22 PM MT9:22 PM CT10:22 PM ET2:22 GMT10:22 7:22 PM MST9:22 PM EST6:22 UAE (+1)03:2222:22 ET8:22 PM CTNaN:� - Matthews picked up the slack in Dirk Nowitzki's absence Sunday at Houston, but continued to struggle with his shot. He scored 25 points on 9 of 25 from the field, including 3 of 15 from 3-point range.
Analysis: Matthews scored 13 points in each of the first two games, but with Nowitzki sidelined he set a career high with 25 field-goal attempts. He's shooting 29.1 percent this season, and has misfired on 27 of 33 from long range.
Pete, Thornton and Price give their final thoughts and predictions for the Super Bowl.
Gabe calls the boys to handicap one of the biggest gambling days of the year - Super Bowl 51! Gabe has all the point spread info down and gets to all of the major prop bets that interest him.
Fauria is still down in Houston and calls live from NRG Stadium to give his take on what will go down later on in Super Bowl 51. He likes the Pats and gives his reasons why, but also gets into the scene in Houston all week, famous people he met and why he is tired out from a wild week.
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WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia and Ben Kichen of the "Dale and Holley Show" discuss the latest news on the injury that has kept Isaiah Thomas off the court and how valuable it is for Marcus Smart to stay in control.
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Rob Bradford sits down with new Red Sox bench coach Gary DiSarcina to discuss the behind-the-scenes scenario that led him back to the Red Sox, the ins and outs of his job, and his take on the comparison between his former player, Mike Trout, and Mookie Betts.
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Guys talk the Bruins season so far and the All-Star Break
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Lou says that Rob Bradford is wrong when talking about Mookie Betts beating the shift and maybe joining him on his podcast to talk about it. Lou also ask Christian what happened to him yesterday during the segment with Rob and how Christian seemed to disappear.
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Holley and Keefe discuss the Celtics loss in Chicago and the tough foul call on Marcus Smart that basically handed the Bulls the victory.
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