We get the week in review on the Tsarnaev trial from a man that's been there to cover it in it's entirety, the Boston Globe's Kevin Cullen.

[0:00:19] ... is our night of trial. Make connections with Kevin column of the Boston Globe who has done a spectacular job covering this on a daily basis on Twitter. And and also on a daily basis in the Boston Globe. You can follow him on Twitter at globe column I sincerely recommend you do when he joins us now on the AT&T ...
[0:01:02] ... chance of keeping this utilized. Yeah I think this is where the rubber meets the road right now I'd I'd take you guys actually last week I thought you know when this might get over this. ...
[0:03:45] ... out war lawyers were really active in the court itself. Judy Clarke David Brock. Marion Conrad to Morgan's. No merit is really well known around here she's achieved but the public defenders soft pedal should the ...
[0:09:59] ... All right guys don't take my general and Zach Kevin Cullen the Boston Globe following app globe Colin. There are several reporters were there every single day including by the way Jack Edwards wife. Let follow ...






We get the week in review on the Tsarnaev trial from a man that's been there to cover it in it's entirety, the Boston Globe's Kevin Cullen.

[0:00:19] ... is our night of trial. Make connections with Kevin column of the Boston Globe who has done a spectacular job covering this on a daily basis on Twitter. And and also on a daily basis in the Boston Globe. You can follow him on Twitter at globe column I sincerely recommend you do when he joins us now on the AT&T ...
[0:01:02] ... chance of keeping this utilized. Yeah I think this is where the rubber meets the road right now I'd I'd take you guys actually last week I thought you know when this might get over this. ...
[0:03:45] ... out war lawyers were really active in the court itself. Judy Clarke David Brock. Marion Conrad to Morgan's. No merit is really well known around here she's achieved but the public defenders soft pedal should the ...
[0:09:59] ... All right guys don't take my general and Zach Kevin Cullen the Boston Globe following app globe Colin. There are several reporters were there every single day including by the way Jack Edwards wife. Let follow ...






We go over our four number one seeds for our bracket of the 32 best sports movies of all time (premiering Monday on WEEI.com)

[0:04:55] ... bank's best picture just four years later. Raging bull came out starring Robert De Niro. It was huge. It was my brother. You should look out for me. You should look out for me just a little ...
[0:05:38] ... have boxing movies resonates. I just dollar buy it was nominated for best actor did not did not know it lost that ordinary people what do they greet miscarriages of justice in the history of mankind ...
[0:07:03] ... to the why I brought him. Greenery. Moving up in 1986. Now Gene Hackman. Plays a troubled coach with a troubled past and he goes to small town Indiana. Leads a small town Indiana high school ...
[0:08:54] ... oh my first. Republicans about Jerry is your take me to a comedy club in my particular church. That a fair trade well okay what you but it keeps the fire extinguishers I don't I don't ...






We go over our four number one seeds for our bracket of the 32 best sports movies of all time (premiering Monday on WEEI.com)

[0:04:55] ... bank's best picture just four years later. Raging bull came out starring Robert De Niro. It was huge. It was my brother. You should look out for me. You should look out for me just a little ...
[0:05:38] ... have boxing movies resonates. I just dollar buy it was nominated for best actor did not did not know it lost that ordinary people what do they greet miscarriages of justice in the history of mankind ...
[0:07:03] ... to the why I brought him. Greenery. Moving up in 1986. Now Gene Hackman. Plays a troubled coach with a troubled past and he goes to small town Indiana. Leads a small town Indiana high school ...
[0:08:54] ... oh my first. Republicans about Jerry is your take me to a comedy club in my particular church. That a fair trade well okay what you but it keeps the fire extinguishers I don't I don't ...






The guys discuss the significance of Jets owner Woody Johnson's tampering with the signing Darrell Revis. Also, they react to a anti-Patriots column written by Manish Mehta, of the New York Daily News.

[0:04:07] ... know be he mentions this. Regis the petered signing Revis from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Buccaneers officially released three was up 32 to 3 PM. On March 12 when he fourteen less than five hours later ...
[0:07:50] ... round pick and swap rounder is. With the bears for tampering with Lance Briggs back in 2008 so. May be in the end what you say has some merit that they're saying that's kind of petty. ...
[0:08:52] ... new decisions its National Football League that waited awhile to talk to Bill Belichick and Tom Brady about the placate us they've met only bet you know. All these things have happened you know and there's still note of ...





The guys rank the most disappointing losses Boston sports teams have suffered in the last fifteen years, including the Patriots 2007 Superbowl, the Red Sox 2003 ALCS and more.

[0:04:18] ... to not do that don't bring up big really losing to the San Diego Chargers in the 65 AFC champion with the AFL championship and that's not rob no. Pockets of their ego so so that's our ...
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Greg Dickerson is filling in for Tim, and the guys talk about the first day of the NCAA tournament and the current disappointing stretch for the Bruins.

[0:19:57] ... was pretty damn close for the Bruins and all of the suddenly Ottawa Senators. Two points behind with eight game in hand in gaining confidence. By the second Bruins got a yup back to back this weekend with Florida and Tampa walk opened the bruins' schedule and you'll look at the scheduled to say. Very winnable but. Isn't really based on the way this team. This flight will open up the phones to you guys the level of Provence France Britain on at 617779. Seven not 837 Christian Fauria look Maloney a Greg Dickerson in for Tim bands it's MF BA Sports Radio WEEI. When you get through big games and ...
[0:22:15] ... the Bruins blow all also don't you don't we asked about the Ottawa Senators said. They got a goaltender whose bread hot right now a guy who was 500. We've been a bit more than 500 ...
[0:23:48] ... it's us face it hurt not good anymore. We Steve's main. Southern New England Patriots the Boston Bruins. It's not rock Barbara good friend Trent Dilfer. We've got to sensible out of a situation is not good anymore I think that it's not just not good and all ...





Men are purposely scheduling their vasectomies for March so they can watch college basketball in peace. (Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Men are purposely scheduling their vasectomies for March so they can watch college basketball in peace. (Fox Photos/Getty Images)

NY PostSome college-basketball fanatics got vasectomies right before the March Madness tournament so they can take their time off for recovery during the TV hoops fest, a report said.

Men in Iowa used a clinic that sponsors a sports-radio show to schedule the procedure to coincide with the tourney, according to Iowa’€™s Gazette newspaper. ‘€œIt seemed like a great combination because you’€™re supposed to be on the couch for a few days,’€ said patient Tony Brokens.

A urologist at the Iowa Clinic said the first round of the tournament ‘€œrepresents that perfect three or four days that you need for recovery.’€

I have to say, this is one of the greatest ideas I’ve ever heard. Just diabolical genius.

I mean, I wouldn’t recommend that any guy get his man parts fileted like a fish and his vas deferens snipped just in order to watch the basketball. I like the tournament as much as the next guy, but if the price of a four day weekend of uninterrupted hoops is growing old childless and unloved, you might want to rethink your priorities.

But if you’re getting the procedure done anyway, this is a perfect idea. If you’re a married guy, you know that you have zero chance of ever watching as many games as you did when you were single. There’s always going to be some relative to visit, something around the house that needs fixing, some crapfest about couples shopping for houses or someone saying “yes” to some dress or whatever, so you’re lucky if you can catch a couple of the 1-vs-16 matchups before she gets home from work on Thursday or maybe a two or three of the better third round games while she’s updating her Pinterest.

But a guy who’s had a vasectomy? He’s holding the Golden Ticket. Just carte blanche to sit and catch all the games he wants. To become more sofa than man. All because he took one for the team. And to think I wasted my opportunity in the summer, sweating on the couch with a bag of frozen peas on my lap while the reasons for my operation were jumping all over me demanding I put on “Jimmy Neutron.”

I just wish I’d had the wisdom to think of this. But maybe I can come up with some other procedure I can get done just as an excuse to finally bingewatch the entire series run of “Friday Night Lights.” It’d be worth it.

@JerryThornton1

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Jerry Thornton

Thunder star Kevin Durant, who has not played since Feb. 19, apparently is not ready to return anytime soon.

The team announced that Durant still has pain in his right foot — which he broke in the preseason and then had surgery on Feb. 22 to replace a screw — and will see specialists to determine what to do next.

The Thunder, already without Serge Ibaka possibly for the rest of the season following arthroscopic knee surgery this week, were hoping to have Durant back by the end of the month.

The Thunder are 38-30 and one game ahead of the Pelicans for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

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Jerry Spar

I’m as hacked off about that sloppy, undisciplined dog’s breakfast of a loss the Bruins yakked up in Ottawa on Thursday night as anybody. But it is wrong to say I loved this?

First of all, in world filled with uber-conservative sports franchises trying to force feed their audience preprogrammed ad campaigns, carefully researched slogans and profit-driven gimmicks like thundersticks, I always appreciate when a fan base comes up with something on their own, organically.

And I’m loving this Andrew Hammond “Hamburglar” thing. Not that it’s the most clever or original thought anyone ever came up with. But the fact that they added this hamburger shower thing at the end is exactly the sort of grassroots effort that makes life as a sports fan worth living.

But mostly I give credit to Curtis Lazar for picking one up and eating it. As a guy who germophobic enough to get weirded out about touching public doorknobs, I admire a guy who’ll take a food item that’s presumably been in someone’s purse for the last three hours and just got tossed onto an ice surface covered with every kind of bodily fluid you can think of and probably two or three you don’t want to, and pop it in his mouth like it just came off the grill on his back deck. That is a guy who’s earned my respect.

So congrats on the win, Senators. And congratulations on making a fan out of me. Today, we are all Senators.

@JerryThornton1

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Jerry Thornton