All times are Pacific.

–Keep an eye on those conference tournaments. We could have some real interesting matchups come Sunday. —

Friday March 13th

Providence Friars vs Villanova Wildcats – 4pm FS1: Villanova is looking at a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament but the Friars can ball.

North Carolina Tar Heels vs Virginia Cavaliers – 4pm ESPN: This is the third game in as many days for the Tar Heels. That might be too much to ask to beat UVA.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs Duke Blue Devils – 6pm ESPN: Duke should not be this good with only eight guys on scholarship. They split the season series so who knows what’s going to happen in this one.


Saturday March 14th

Chicago Blackhawks at San Jose Sharks – 1pm NHLN: The Shark Tank hasn’t been the feeding ground it use to be for the Sharks but they are still in the playoff hunt and need this game in a big way.

Montreal Canadiens at NY Islanders – 4pm NBCSN: Two of the best teams in the Eastern Conference on a Saturday night on Long Island. Holla.

ACC Tournament Championship – 5:30pm ESPN: Regardless of who is in it, this is always the one tournament final to watch.

Nashville Predators at LA Kings  – 7pm NHL Gamecenter: The defending champs are still fighting for a playoff spot. Meanwhile the Preds are trying to get back on the good foot on a tough west coast swing.


Sunday March 15th

Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur – 9am NBCSN: The Spurs sit three points back of United. Tune in just to watch the Spurs Harry Kane. He has 26 goals on the year.

Detroit Red Wings at Pittsburgh Penguins – 9:30am NBC: Two playoff teams on a Sunday morning. You’re welcome.

Big Ten Tournament Championship – 12:30pm CBS: Always a solid game.

Houston Rockets at LA Clippers – 12:3pm ABC: James Harden and company head to Lob City where Blake Griffin should be making his return to the court.

New York City FC vs NE Revolution – 2pm ESPN2: If you have had too much basketball at this point then check out NYCFC’s home opener at Yankee Stadium.

NCAA Selection Show – 3pm CBS: See who’s in and who’s out in this years field.

Portland Timbers vs LA Galaxy – 4pm FS1: The defending champs head to arguably the most hostile environment in all of MLS, Portland. The Timbers Army will be in full force and it should be typical Portland weather, rainy and raw. But as they say, ‘There Ain’t No Pity In The Rose City!’

Portland TrailBlazers at Toronto Raptors – 4pm NBA League Pass: Talk about a sports overload for the Rose City. The best in the west vs the beast of the east.



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