All times are Pacific.
Friday March 27th
Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies – 5pm NBA League Pass: Well if the NCAA tournament isn’t doing it for you then this is a damn good option.
Duke vs Utah – 6:45pm CBS: Duke is only #1 seed left on that side of the brackett. Utah is very underrated though.
Saturday March 28th
Nashville Predators at Washington Capitals – 9:30am NHL Gamecenter: Two playoff teams getting in some interconference work.
Boston Bruins at NY Rangers – 10am NHL Network: If the Bruins want to be in the playoffs they need to start winning some games.
Denver vs Boston College – Noon ESPNU: Think the basketball tournament is fun, well this a great matchup in the hockey tournament. #5 vs #3.
Arizona vs Wisconsin – 3pm CBS: Could be the game of the tournament.
DC United vs LA Galaxy – 4pm MLS Live: These two teams have nine MLS Cups combined.
LA Kings at Minnesota Wild – 5pm NHL Network: Two teams trying to stay in the playoff picture out west.
Kentucky vs Notre Dame – 5:45pm TBS: Well let’s see if Kentucky can keep it going.
Sunday March 29th
Michigan State vs Louisville – 11:20am CBS: Funny how you always end up seeing the same coaches deep in the tournament. Tom Izzo and Rick PItino are no exception.
Duke vs Gonzaga – 2pm CBS: Like we said above, coaches are everything.
Real Salt Lake vs Toronto FC – 4pm FS1: TFC continues there absurd road schedule. This week, arguably the toughest place to play in all of MLS.
Philadelphia Soul at Orlando Predators – 4pm ESPN2: Yes it’s Arena Football but you know what? It’s FOOTBALL!
Chicago Blackhawks at Winnipeg Jets – 4:30pm WGN: Jets need three points to keep their playoff hopes alive.