Dino, Gerry and Kirk discuss their favorite Oscar moments and some lowlights from last night's broadcast.

[0:05:56] ... feel like it's it's karma. What goes around comes around poetic justice. Michael Keaton should've won in 1982 for night shift I agree to Wiltshire denominated should've won this should've won but once we talked with ...
[0:07:25] ... for the coop because when. Once and then become a match she Michael Keaton went to like you said the movie so I felt like other humans if you read aren't likable eight. Patrick Harris had ...
[0:19:17] ... Said it was in a bucket Oxnard. Seven doesn't count civic that's Kevin Spacey movie. Like to Brad Pitt's movie ahead that is not her movie you. At what it. Think about it she's been an odd movies I could advocate to. On stickam excellent go to what you want to blocks for the door and goes to a slide into sliding doors. And panic room. But it's a few hours after. I would have a better time opposite Jodie Foster so to believe that I'd love Shakespearean low she wouldn't let him put her his and underpants. You know moves and it ...
[0:22:37] ... typically hear this after Tuesday. Then where there were ordered there or Edward Norton fiery crash but hopefully will be there for a week and we'll do one next podcast the Boston so we do down. ...






Tomase joined the show on the breaking news.

[0:06:33] ... who come over he doesn't have a ton of experience in Cuba's pro league peace but. Two years that you 77. I think. You know you pump the brakes a little bit. You've you've got time ...
[0:07:34] ... maybe that's the answer to your question in a couple of years Mike Napoli got in you have just got to rated at slide over. Do you think does this have any effect on what ever negotiations. They've had with the Phillies for Cole Hamels. And now I don't think I'm gonna get them another another piece of the future so it was maybe it could be. ...
[0:11:21] ... eighteen. Now these. Ripe old age of nineteen these property of your Boston Red Sox and fairly well Jack's. To Russell Wilson doesn't take a little bit until like Paramount hasn't we'd like that it must work ...





The top stories of the day as recounted by Kirk Minihane.

[0:02:38] ... for a supporting actor Eddie Arquette supporting actress he would she got Meryl Streep going after. Eddie read Maine who was good at good night. But after it gets Stephen Hawking I've which I know that's ...
[0:03:54] ... I don't think of every than men anyone who's seen a short best original song glory won it. Wrecked self right yeah best original song out there. It's great it's great it's heartbreaking Selma. No cooperative Glen Campbell sort itself his last song. I've not seen someone ...
[0:04:56] ... and a peep yet. After shark at want to tell everybody I'm Sean Penn. It is a real brute. Never last year Travolta he butchered. I do you know means no yes yes a little thing ...
[0:05:37] ... okay. Tell me about it. Case of the original did nominees for best original song car you want me doing. I got to think when at the after party if Travolta's a couple of drinks let's go ...






They guys discussed Doyel's latest column.

[0:01:08] ... that results. And the patriots in spilling victory against Seattle in the Super Bowl telling Bill Belichick to kiss it's asterisk. It'll never happen no to get a piece I don't know that yet Murray jumped to ask crazy ...
[0:03:50] ... of the patriots are the biggest losers I'd love to see the Super Bowl bake eight. I'd love to see Belichick suspended. The entire 2015. Season this assumes the wealth report proves he treated. This is. ...
[0:04:52] ... colts got their hands on one of the patriot football win linebacker D'Qwell Jackson intercepted Tom Brady in the second quarter. You brought to the sideline somewhat deflated it and turned it over the NFL blaming the deflation on ...
[0:05:47] ... Two I don't know at first final. No pictures future. You're assuming Tom Brady and pages that you're a slight attachment to Israel which. Then we're just arguing all levels of a slight advantage just it's ...






The guys discussed Jameis Winston's NFL prospects.

[0:05:16] ... But it's not the most important part is we see with. And Jay Cutler who can make all the throws verses. Tom Brady who then can make them all now but at the com lines joke or or Russell Wilson who does some tall enough for. Aaron Rodgers for whatever reason he slipped I don't know but then again that the the complete package. And clearly you'd you'd want and ...
[0:07:48] ... writing was doing Google. On a lot of people pointed at the Michael vick's faster the company he might be idealists but I think captain nick is the fastest if you ran hundred yard dash is a long Strider if you were in a hundred. He beat Vicki B Wilson he beat that immaterial that passes on fuel but it's that's fastest just get in picking up point five yards to fix the fastest of them Messina I think captain nick looks like an Olympic sprinter. Yeah looks like he could. I don't know if he's ever done on you probably have and sets a record Mary go to he'd he'd doesn't effortlessly he looks like Aaron Rodgers when he runs out of pocket. In it looks like. Guy who does that as a last resort he wants to throw ...




John Farrell on the Sox staff.

[0:03:10] ... was hey how well the presence the addition. A Adrian Gonzales and Carl Crawford elevate this team to greatness. Dylan Bobby Valentine came in at said how are you going to get past chicken and beer ...
[0:06:40] ... think they would spend the money we saw that with sensible and Hanley Ramirez. They were itching to spend money they'd been spent wisely. At least not you know when you look at the big picture ...
[0:14:17] ... of but think of what you got from middle she got another David Ross I did that adjust the guy a back up catcher. Those are Daimon does no offense to Ryan Hanigan true doing terrific job. But this was a middle of or right handed bat who with 32 home runs in its 167 games right who was ready to take that next step. They failed with the development of Wilma Brooks and they gave him away. She David Ross's. Jon Lester veteran Chicago. Dances haven't talked lecture about it that's what he wants the delegate Rossiter. Once every five days I ...





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MONDAY’S BROADCAST HIGHLIGHTS:
NBA: Celtics at Suns, 9 p.m. (CSNNE)
NBA: Raptors at Pelicans, 8 p.m. (NBA TV)
NBA: Grizzlies at Clippers, 10:30 p.m. (NBA TV)
College basketball: Louisville at Georgia Tech, 7 p.m. (ESPN)
College basketball: Delaware State at Norfolk State, 7 pm. (ESPNU)
College basketball: Xavier at St. John’s, 8 p.m. (FS1)
College basketball: Kansas at Kansas State, 9 p.m. (ESPN)
College basketball: Alabama State at Southern, 9 p.m. (ESPNU)
NHL: Red Wings at Ducks, 10 p.m. (NHL Network)
College hockey: Beanpot championship. Boston University vs. Northeastern, 7:30 p.m. (NESN)

AROUND THE WEB:

— Knicks fans who were hoping team president Phil Jackson would rescue the franchise got another dose of reality (and humility) Sunday, as former Knicks J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert helped the Cavaliers roll to a 101-83 victory at Madison Square Garden.

Jackson, whose team is a league-worst 10-45 as it prepares for a Wednesday night game against the Celtics in Boston, tweeted his disapproval.

Wrote Jackson: Each NBA game is an opportunity for players to show their “best” nature and please the basketball gods…and those who know “it” takes. Today’s game vs Cavs gave bb gods heartburn an those that know what “it” takes/means a smh.

The Knicks now are 0-15 when playing without Carmelo Anthony, who underwent season-ending knee surgery last week.

Sunday’s game was never in doubt, as the red-hot Cavaliers led 62-38 at the half en route to their 16th win in 18 games. New York has lost seven straight and doesn’t have much reason for hope.

“It’s the same thing occurring over and over. It’s nothing new,” Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. said. “We need a better start to games, point blank.”

— North Korea has never been known as a haven for tourists, but one of the few events that has appealed to foreigners is the Pyongyang marathon in April. However, authorities are banning foreign runners this year due to concerns about the spread of the Ebola virus.

The country tightened its restrictions in October, suggesting Ebola is a biological weapon created by the U.S. military. Any foreigners allowed in the country have been subjected to a 21-day quarantine.

The Pyongyang race, part of a series of sporting events held to mark the April 15 birthday of North Korean founder Kim Il Sung, has been held for 27 years, although last year was the first time foreign recreational runners were allowed to participate.

The Ebola outbreak has been blamed for the deaths of about 9,000 people since it was first reported in Africa in 2013, although there have been no reported infections in North Korea.

— A Bruins jersey that was worn by Hall of Famer Eddie Shore was sold at auction Saturday night for $119,500 to an unidentified bidder from New York.

The jersey had been owned by Scott Johnston, whose grandfather acquired it in the 1930s. Byron Johnston played for the Boston Bruin Cubs in the now-defunct Can-Am League when NHL teams passed down used jerseys to their minor league clubs. Shore, a four-time NHL MVP, had worn the jersey until 1931.

Scott Johnston said he had planned to frame the jersey and hang it on his basement wall until he realized how much he could get for it.

“Once I found out the value of it, I couldn’t keep it,” he said last week from his Toronto-area home. “We’ve had it all these years. I had no idea what it was worth.”

At the same auction, the glove worn by Jeffrey Maier when the then-12-year-old Yankees fan stole a home run during the 1996 American League Championship Series was sold for $22,705.

ON THIS DAY TRIVIA (answer below): On Feb. 23, 1972, the Bruins traded Reggie Leach, Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to the Oakland Seals for Don O’Donoghue and which defenseman?

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “To be candid with you, once I found out, you feel for Jared. But you have to start thinking about how you’re going to replace him, and these [medical] guys here do a great job of helping guys in both their recovery and in staying in shape while they recover.” Celtics coach Brad Stevens, on Jared Sullinger’s season-ending left metatarsal stress fracture injury

STAT OF THE DAY: 4 – Goals by the Bruins in the second period of Sunday’s 6-2 victory over the Blackhawks — the most goals in a period the Bruins have scored this season

‘NET RESULTS (mobile users, check the website to see the videos): Celtics guard Avery Bradley hits a 3-pointer at the buzzer to force overtime against the Lakers.

From a college basketball game Saturday, with the score tied and two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Arizona’s Kevin Newman steals home to beat Rice.

TRIVIA ANSWER: Carol Vadnais

SOOTHING SOUNDS: Howard Jones was born on this day in 1955.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Spar
Christian talks the state of the Red Sox heading into Spring Training, the Bruins recent struggles and his pics for the Oscars

Fact: J.K. Simmons is better than John Tomase thinks he is. (Getty Images)The Oscars are Sunday night, and because we're feeling self-indulgent, we wanted to bring you WEEI.com's selections just under the wire.