The Sunday – Legacy

Compiled by Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard | 6.11.2017


The Series

There were people out there who thought that a Pittsburgh v Nashville Stanley Cup Final would be a ratings downer. Wrong. Apparently ratings are up and pretty substantially.

The Final has not been without it’s controversy. The fact is that even if the Pittsburgh wins this series which is likely, will it tarnish Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin? Nashville’s P.K. Subban has clearly gotten under the skin of his Team Canada teammate and also that of Malkin.

Crosby is one of the few NHL players that transcends the sport. Is it good for hockey if he is doing what he did above? Yes Subban can get under your skin. That’s part of his game as one of the better defensemen in the league but Crosby and Malkin need to rise above. Not only for themselves but also for their team and for the league.

Bye Bye Big Game Bob

Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops stepped down abruptly this week at the ripe old age of 56. He over course will stay on at OU as ‘special assistant to the Athletic Director’ meaning he gets paid to go do some fund raising.

He has 190 wins (most in Oklahoma history) and one national title (2000). He was nicknamed ‘Big Game Bob’ for his ability to win big games early in his 18 year career as head coach at Oklahoma. It was a nickname that some mocked later on going 0-3 in National Title games after winning his first and only title. Oklahoma did have 4 Heisman Trophy winners during his time as head coach and nine former assistants have gone on to become head coaches.

 

What?

LeBron showing why he is The King.

This is just mean…

…and so is this.

Moment of the Week

Let’s face it, the only thing missing from this picture is Gisele.

 

Beat The Freeze

Not sure when or why the Atlanta Braves started this but it’s amazing….

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What To Watch: 6/10 – 6/12

All times are Pacific.

Friday June 10th

France vs Romania  – Noon ESPN2: The Euro 2016 gets underway with host country France getting us started. They are also one of the favorites to win the whole thing.

Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers – 6pm ABC: If the Cavs play like they did in game three then this could be a heck of a series.

Panama vs Argentina – 6:30pm FOX: No Luis Suarez no problem right for Argentina right? Well we’ll see. Three points for either club probably locks up a spot in the knockout rounds of the Copa America.

Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants – 7:15pm MLBN: The pitching matchup alone is enough reason to tune into this one. Clayton Kershaw vs Johnny Cueto.

Saturday June 11th

Wales vs Slovakia – 9am ESPN: Wales, yes Wales is in the Euro and looking to make some noise.

England vs Russia – Noon ESPN: Wow, enough story lines here to make your head spin. At least from a political point of view. Soccer wise, England should have this.

USA vs Paraguay – 4pm FS1: USA wins and they move into the next round in the Copa America. A draw probably gets them through but a loss could, possibly send them home.

Cleveland Indians at Los Angeles Angels – 7pm FS1: The Indians lead the AL Central and the Angels have enough offensive firepower to take out a small country.

Sunday June 12th

Germany vs Ukraine – Noon ESPN: Germany looks to add a Euro 2016 title to their mantle to go with their 2014 World Cup title.

St Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates – 3pm ESPN: These two have probably written off trying to catch the division leading Chicago Cubs but a wild card slot is not out of the question.

Pittsburgh Penguins at San Jose Sharks – 5pm NBC: Game six in the Shark Tank. It’s still an uphill climb for San Jose down 3-2 in the series.

Peru vs Brazil – 5:30pm FS1: Huge match for this group. Winner moves on while the loser, in likelihood, goes back to South America.

 

What To Watch: Fri. 5/27 – Mon. 5/30

All times are Pacific.

Friday May 27th

Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays – 4pm MLB.TV: It’s always fun when these two get together.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Toronto Raptors – 5:30pm ESPN: Game six with a chance for LeBron and company to close it out and head to the Finals.

Saturday May 28th

Champions League Final – 11:45am FOX: Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid in a rematch of the 2014 Champions League Final. Big stars on display and some very animated managers.

Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Mets – 4pm FOX: Primetime game between two teams that both plan on going deep into October. Bonus: Noah Syndergaard is throwing for the Mets.

Montreal Impact vs Los Angeles Galaxy – 5pm MLS.TV: Lot of veteran star power on the pitch in this one. While the Impact have struggled as of late, they still have Didier Drogba.

Colorado Rapids vs Philadelphia Union – 6pm: The top teams in the East heads to the Rockies to take on the top team in the West.

Steph CurryGolden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder – 6pm TNT: Game six and probably the toughest game the Splash Brothers will ever have to play in one of the most hostile environments in the NBA.

San Jose Earthquakes vs FC Dallas – 7:30pm MLS.TV: The Quakes sit seven points back of Dallas and a win here would go a long way towards closing that gap.

Sunday May 29th

Monaco Grand Prix – 5am NBCSN: It’s the greatest day in racing and it all gets started on the streets of Monaco.


Indianapolis 500 – 9am ABC:
it’s the one Indy Car race you watch all year and it is the 100th running and sold out for the first time in long time. James Hinchcliffe has the pole after a nasty crash in qualifying a year ago.

Chicago White Sox at Kansas City Royals – 11:45am MLB.TV: Awesome pitching matchup as left-handed ace Chris Sale heads to the mound for the Sox and Edinson Volquez heads out for the Royals.

Coca-Cola 600 – 3pm FOX: The third and final race of the day live, under lights in Charlotte.

Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Mets – 5pm ESPN2: Sunday Night Baseball from New York with Clayton Kershaw pitching for the Dodgers and Bartolo Colon going to the hill for the mets.

Monday May 30th

Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago Cubs – 2pm MLB.TV: Cubs may not be the hottest team in baseball anymore but they are still the best. This is one mean road trip for the boys in blue.

Joe ThortonStanley Cup Final – 5pm NBC: Game one from Pittsburgh as the Penguins meet the San Jose Sharks. It is the Sharks first time ever in the Final and also a first for Joe Thornton and Patrick Marleau.

What to Watch: Fri. 5/20 – Sun. 5/22

All times are Pacific.

Friday May 20th

Sidney CrosbyPittsburgh Penguins at Tampa Bay Lightning: 5pm NBCSN: Sidney Crosby and company look to go up 3-1 in the series. Should be easier since the Lighting’s have goaltender Ben Bishop and center Steven Stamkos out.

Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants – 7:15pm MLB.TV: The Cubs start their one and only regular season series in San Francisco tonight. Jake Arrieta goes for win number eight while the Giants have won their last eight.

Saturday May 21st

FA Cup Final – 9:30am FOX: Crystal Palace takes on Manchester United. Time to see if Louis Van Gaal gets some hardware before he leaves Old Trafford.

NYCFC vs NY Red Bulls – Noon FOX: The NYC Derby with NYCFC leading the Eastern Division.

Preakness Stakes – 3:40pm NBC: Well let’s see if Nyquist can get 2/3 of the Triple Crown knocked out.

St Louis Blues at San Jose Sharks – 4:15pm NBC: There is blood in the water and the Sharks are taking full advantage. This is really a make-or-break kind of game for the Blues.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Toronto Raptors – 5:30 ESPN: Will the Cavs lose a playoff game this postseason?

Sunday May 22nd

Amgen Tour of California – 1pm NBCSN: The final stage of this years race wraps up in Sacramento, CA.

LA Galaxy vs San Jose Earthquakes – 4pm FS1: The California Classico wraps up Rivalry Week in MLS.

Golden State Warriors at Oklahoma City Thunder – 5pm TNT: Pivotal game three.

Pittsburgh Penguins at Tampa Bay Lightning: 5pm NBCSN: Game 5,

Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants – 5pm ESPN: Madison Bumgarner heads to the mound for the NL West leading Giants.

What To Watch: Fri. 5/13 – Sun. 5/15

All times are Pacific.

Friday May 13th

DC United vs NY Red Bulls – 4pm UNI MAS: These are separated by goal differential only. While that may not mean much in mid-May, add in the fact that this is a pretty decent rivalry and you have the makings of a solid game.

Pittsburgh Penguins at Tampa Bay Lightning – 5pm NBCSN: The conference finals are finally here and both these teams are as hot as they get.

WadeToronto Raptors at Miami Heat – 5pm ESPN: Dwayne Wade and the Heat look to force a game seven back in Toronto on Sunday and prove that he and the Heat can win clutch playoff games without LeBron.

Saturday May 14th

Montreal Impact vs Philadelphia Union – 2pm MLS.TV: These two are, surprisingly, neck-and-neck in the East.

New York Mets at Colorado Rockies – 5pm MLB.TV: The NL East leading Mets take on Nolan Arenado and the Rockies. Rockies pitching at home is terrible but they still have plenty of firepower in the lineup.

UFC 198 – 7pm PPV: Heavyweight title fight between Fabricio Werdum and Stipe Miocic in Brazil. Jacare vs Vitor Belfort and Shogun Rua vs up and comer Corey Anderson. Oh yeah, Cyborg makes her UFC debut against Leslie Smith. Demian Maia vs Matt Brown headlines the undercard.

Sunday May 15th

Miami Heat at Toronto Raptors – 12:30pm ABC: Game seven up north and the Air Canada Centre should be rocking.

Amgen Tour of California – 2pm NBCSN: Stage one of the biggest race in the USA. Peter Sagan returns to defend the race he won by a smidgen last year.

Portland Timbers vs NYCFC – 4:30pm FS1: Let’s see how Mix Diskerud and David Villa do in the toughest road environment in MLS where the forecast calls for rain. It’s the full Portland experience!

San Jose Sharks at St Louis Blues -5pm NBCSN: Game one of the Western Conference Final. Sharks might be the team to beat out of the remaining four.

St Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers – 5pm ESPN: Sunday Night Baseball and two of the better franchises in baseball.

What To Watch: Fri. 4/15 – Sun. 4/17

All times are Pacific.

Friday April 15th

TOEWSChicago Blackhawks at St Louis Blues – 5pm NBCSN: If this series turns out to be like the one they played a few years ago then we are in for a treat. So far it has with the Blues winning game 1 in OT.

 

 

Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros – 5pm MLB.TV: Two teams who fully expect to be in the post season. The Astros have taken their lumps here at the start of the season but they send last years AL Cy Young winner Dallas Keuchel to the hill.

SF Giants at LA Dodgers – 7pm MLBN: The pitching match-up alone is why you should watch this one as Madison Bumgarner goes against Clayton Kershaw.

Nashville Predators at Anaheim Ducks – 7:30pm NBCSN: The last playoff series to get started and it may be the best of the bunch.

 

Saturday April 16th

Chelsea vs Manchester City – 9:30am NBC: In past seasons this would be a game that would decide the Premier League title. Not this year but it’s still a fun game to watch.

NY Rangers at Pittsburgh Penguins – Noon NBC: Pens are up 1-0 and the Rangers may be without goalie Henrik Lundqvist.

Houston Rockets at Golden State Warriors – 12:30pm ABC: Well those 73 wins the Warriors had during the regular season officially mean nothing.Now the title defense truly begins and it starts with a very dangerous Rockets team.

Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals – 4pm CNBC: Game 2 and the Flyers have to find a way to kick it into gear.

San Jose Sharks at LA Kings – 7:30pm NBCSN: Not only is it game 2 but it is still NorCal vs SoCal.

 

Sunday April 17th

St Louis Blues at Chicago Blackhawks – Noon NBC: Game 3.

LeBron JamesDetroit Pistons at Cleveland Cavaliers – Noon ABC: It’s time for King James to start another quest to bring a title to Northern Ohio. New coach may make a difference and a healthy Kyrie Irving will make a big difference.

Orlando City vs New England Revolution – 12:30pm ESPN: These two are separated by a single point and City is making the Citrus Bowl a very tough place for their opponents.

FC Dallas vs Sporting KC – 4pm FS1: FC Dallas is riding high after drubbing the defending MLS Cup champs at mid week. Meanwhile SKC has to rebound from a surprising loss at home to Colorado. Very interesting indeed.

SF Giants at LA Dodgers – 5pm ESPN: Sunday Night Baseball at Chavez Ravine. Two franchises that have a very genuine hatred of each other.

Memphis Grizzlies at San Antonio Spurs – 5pm TNT: The Spurs might be the only team able to beat the Warriors but they have to take care of business first by beating a scrappy Grizzlies team.

Nashville Predators at Anaheim Ducks – 7:30pm NBCSN: The late game to end your weekend the right way.

Portland Trail Blazers at LA Clippers – 7:30pm TNT: Rip City heads to Lob City and this should be a very close series.

What To Watch: 4/1 – 4/3

All times Pacific.

Friday April 1st

New England Revolution vs NY Red Bulls – 4pm UniMas: These two were the cream of the crop last year in the east and should be again this year.

Minnesota Wild at Detroit Red Wings – 4:30pm NHLN: The Wild are holding on to the last playoff spot in the west while the Red Wings are two points out of the last spot in the east. So yes, there is a lot on the line.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Atlanta Hawks – 5pm ESPN: Two of the top teams in the east look to fine tune things before the playoffs.

Washington Capitals at Colorado Avalanche – 6pm NHL.TV: The Avs are playoff hopes are fading fast but whatever glimmer of hope they do have Ovi and the crew look to crush it.

Boston Celtics at Golden State Warriors – 7:30 ESPN: Warriors are zeroing in on the best season in NBA history. To get to 73 wins, they have to beat a solid Celtics team.

 

Saturday April 2nd

Liverpool vs Tottenham – 9:30am NBC: Liverpool looks to give the high flying Spurs a reality check with only a few games left in the season.

Pittsburgh Penguins at NY Islanders – 10am NHL.TV: The Isles are in hot pursuit of the Pens playoff spot. Seeding could be all the difference when it comes to the chase for Lord Stanley.

FC Barcelona vs Real MadridBarcelona vs Real Madrid – 11:30am beIN Sports: Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Bale, Rodriguez, Neymar, Suarez…yeah, there is some world class talent on the pitch.

Dallas Stars at LA Kings – 1pm NHL.TV: Playoff preview. Watch it.

Villanova vs Oklahoma – 3pm TBS: Game one of two to decide who gets to play for all the marbles come Monday. Keep and eye on Buddy Hield from OU. He is probably the best player in the country.

Colorado Rapids vs Toronto FC: 5pm MLS LIVE: The Rapids are worth watching….at least thus far. TFC brings a lot of talent and fire power so the Rapids defense will be tested often.

Detroit Pistons at Chicago Bulls – 5pm NBA.TV: Bulls have got to stop the bleeding if they want to be in the playoffs. It starts with beating the Pistons at home.

Sporting KC vs Real Salt Lake – 5:30pm MLS LIVE: These are played for MLS Cup just two short years ago in KC. They are very different now but it’s still a good one.

Syracuse vs North Carolina – 5:45pm TBS: This is may be an ACC matchup (UNC won the two meetings during the regular season) and UNC has the Cuse out gunned. But Syracuse has nothing to lose and their coach has been here before.

 

Sunday April 3rd

St Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates – 10am ESPN: Baseball is back! Two playoff teams from a year ago.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets – 12:30pm ABC: OKC has a playoff spot sown up but the Rockets are desperately trying to get in. This is a tall order for Harden and Co.

Toronto Blue Jays at Tampa Bay Rays – 1pm ESPN2: Division rivals in arguably the toughest division in baseball. Bat flip anyone?

Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins – 2pm NHL.TV: Flyers are desperately trying to hold on to that last playoff spot in the east.

Orlando City vs Portland Timbers – 5pm FS1: Orlando City is an outpost and no where near Portland, Oregon. Will the travel, atmosphere and weather effect the MLS Cup Champs?

Portland TrailBlazers at Golden State Warriors – 5pm NBA,TV: Both are bound for the playoffs but the thing to keep your eye on here is Damian Lillard. He can provide the Warriors plenty of headaches.

NY Mets at KC Royals – 5:30pm ESPN: Sunday night baseball is a rematch of last years World series.

 

What To Watch: Fri. 3/25 – Sun. 3/27

All times are Pacific.

Friday March 25th

Virginia vs Iowa State – 4:10pm CBS: ISU can score points in a hurry but UVA can lock just about anyone down with ACC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year in Malcolm Brogdon.

NY Islanders at Tampa Bay Lightning – 4:30pm NHL.TV: The Islanders are only two points behind the Lightning for the lead in the Atlantic but those two points put them in a Wild Card slot.

Memphis Grizzlies at San Antonio Spurs – 5:30pm  NBA League Pass: While the Warriors are getting all the press, the Spurs have lost 11 games all year and have yet to lose at home this season.

North Carolina vs Indiana – 7pm TBS: Two teams who have enough talent to win it all and are both playing with a desire to do so. Let’s not forget that they are two of the perennial powers in college basketball.

Guatemala vs USA – 7pm beIN Sports: Let’s get this 2018 World Cup Qualifying underway shall we?

 

Saturday March 26th

Minnesota Wild at Colorado Avalanche – Noon NHL.TV: The Wild have had the Avs number over the last few seasons. Now the Wild hold the last playoff spot but are only a point ahead of the Avs. This one should be as close as you can get to playoff hockey during the regular season.

Oklahoma vs Oregon -3pm CBS: Oregon is the only Pac-12 team to make any noise in the tournament this year. Oklahoma is probably still the favorite with Buddy Hield leading the way.

Florida Panthers at Tampa Bay Lightning – 4pm NHL.TV: Tough back to back games for the Lightning. Their in-state rival is also the team they are battling for first place against.

St Louis Blues at Washington Capitals – 4pm NHL.TV: The Caps may have locked up everything under the sun this regular season but the Blues still have some work to do. This could be a legitimate preview of the Stanley Cup Final.

San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma City Thunder – 5pm NBA TV: When these two play, it’s always something you want to tune in for.

Villanova vs Kansas -5:45pm CBS: If these teams play like they did in their Sweet 16 match-ups then we are in for a real treat.

 

Sunday March 27th

Virginia vs Syracuse – 3pm TBS: One of two ACC match-ups for the Elite 8. UVA defeated Syracuse in the only match-up between the two this year. Is one day enough for UVA to prepare for the Syracuse zone defense?

LUNDQVISTPittsburgh Penguins at NY Rangers – 4:30pm NBCSN: It’s not Sunday unless NBC is broadcasting a game featuring the Penguins or Rangers.

North Carolina vs Notre Dame – 5:45pm TBS: The second ACC match-up in the Elite 8 features two teams that split their season series (each winning the game on their home floor) but in different places. Notre Dame just got by Wisconsin in the Sweet 16 due to Wisconsin forgetting the fundamentals of basketball in the last two minutes. Meanwhile UNC is rolling right now. They might be the hottest team in the country.

What To Watch: Fri. 3/18 – Sun. 3/20

All times are Pacific.

Friday March 18th

Dayton vs Syracuse – 9:15am CBS: 7 vs 10 match-ups are always upset prone.

Iowa vs Temple – 12:10pm TRUTV: Again, 7 vs 10 match-up.

Boston Celtics at Toronto Raptors – 4:30pm NBA.TV: These two are first and second in the Atlantic division.

Michigan vs Notre Dame – 6:40pm CBS: The football rivalry may have ended but at least we get the basketball version in the Tourney.

Nashville Predators at Washington Capitals – 4pm NHL.TV: Two teams headed to the post season in a East vs West match-up.

Boston Bruins at Anaheim Ducks – 7pm NHL.TV: Tough task for the Bruins as they have to do a late season West Coast swing.

 

Saturday March 19th

Everton vs Arsenal – 5:45am NBCSN: You’ll be watching enough basketball to make your eyes pop out. Why not change it up and watch some top flight soccer?

Wichita State vs Miami – 9:10am CBS: The Shockers just seem to have the same players every year and every year make a run. Miami is a tough nut to crack. Very underrated team.

Sidney CrosbyPittsburgh Penguins at Philadelphia Flyers – 10am NHL.TV: These two are conference, division and in-state rivals. Add in the fact that the Flyers are playing some pretty good hockey right now which means Sid and the boys will have their work cut out for them.

Indiana vs Kentucky -12:15pm CBS: This seems like it should be a Final Four meeting and not a 5 vs 4 game in the second round.

Detroit Red Wings at Florida Panthers – 4pm NHLN: The Red Wings are on the outside looking in right now while the Panthers are looking to maintain their spot atop the Atlantic division.

Virginia vs Butler – 4:10pm TBS: The real first chance for a number 1 seed to be taken down. Butler is Butler and they know how to knock off big dogs in the tournament.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Indiana Pacers – 4pm NBA League Pass: The Thunder and Pacers are both bound for the playoffs and both have a whole lot of talent to show off.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami Heat – 4:30pm NBA League Pass: LeBron heads back to South Beach. Always fun to see and both lead their respective divisions.

Kansas vs UCONN – 4:45pm CBS: The Jayhawks should be nervous about this one. UCONN is one of the hottest teams in the country and know what it takes to win it all.

Klay ThompsonGolden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs – 5:30pm ABC: The team with the best chance of knocking off the Warriors might just be the Spurs. They just have to prove it now.

Boston Bruins at LA Kings – 7:30pm NHL.TV: Like we said earlier, this is a tough, late season road trip for the boys from bean-town.

LA Galaxy vs San Jose Earthquakes – 7:30pm MLS.TV: The Quakes are 2-0 to start a season for the first time ever. The Galaxy will be ready as these two revive the California Classico.

 

 

Sunday March 20th

Manchester City vs Manchester United – 9am NBC: What an awesome game to start a Sunday.

Iowa vs Villanova – 9:10am CBS: Villanova may be a higher seed but Iowa has shown all year long that they can knock off anybody at anytime.

VCU vs Oklahoma – 2:15pm CBS: VCU is a team you never want to play in this time of year regardless if Shaka Smart is no longer their coach. They know what it takes to wreak havoc.

Washington Capitals at Pittsburgh Penguins – 3pm NBCSN: Two playoff teams in the Eastern Conference measuring themselves out and two of the biggest stars in the NHL in Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin.

Sporting KC vs Toronto FC – 4pm FS1: A whole lot of talent on display and one, if not THE best environment in all of MLS. Oh yeah, Dom Dwyer is on fire.

Minnesota Wild at Chicago Blackhawks – 5:30pm NBCSN: The Wild are hanging on by the skin of their teeth to that last playoff slot out west. Jonathan Toews and the Blackhawks could care less.

What To Watch – Fri. 2/5 – Sun. 2/7

All times are Pacific.

Friday February 5th

Indiana Pacers at Atlanta Hawks – 4pm ESPN: Hawks sit in third in the Eastern Conference and  Pacers are looking to keep pace.

Pittsburgh Penguins at Tampa Bay Lightning – 4:30pm NHLN: Pens are three points back of the Lightning in the Eastern Conference. Game could be a big factor as we get closer to the playoffs.

San Antonio Spurs at Dallas Mavericks – 6:30pm ESPN: It’s just a solid rivalry game year in and year out.

 

Saturday February 6th

Manchester City vs Leicester City – 4:45am NBCSN: Two teams at the top of the table in the Premier League. Let’s do this.

Hertha BSC vs Boruissa Dortmund – 6:30am FS1: One of three big games in the Bundesliga this weekend. Dortmund looks to keep Bayern Munich within striking distance but Hertha has other ideas.

Bayer Leverkusen vs Bayern Munich – 9:30am FOX: The Bundesliga doesn’t get much love here but when it does, it features Bayern Munich.

Washington Capitals at New Jersey Devils – 10am NHL.TV: Devils are sitting on the outside of the playoff by virtue of a tie breaker. A win against the NHL’s top team would put a lot of confidence into that bunch.

Villanova at Providence – 11:30am FS1: #3 vs #11 on a Saturday afternoon and with Gus Johnson? Holla!

Purdue at Maryland – 1pm ESPN: Tune in to watch the Terps Melo Trimble do work. It’s something to see.

North Carolina at Notre Dame – 4pm ESPN: While Notre Dame isn’t the same power they have been in years passed, they are still a heck of a basketball team and South Bend is still a tough place to play.

Baylor at West Virginia – 5pm ESPN2: A top 25 matchup and WVU is coming off of a big road win earlier this week.

Chicago Blackhawks at Dallas Stars – 5pm NHLN: These two are neck and neck in the Western Conference.

Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors – 6pm ABC: Durant and Westbrook take on the defending champs and Steph Curry. Pull up a chair and enjoy the best the NBA has to offer.

 

Sunday February 7th

Chelsea vs Manchester United – 8am NBCSN: Because it’s Chelsea vs Manchester United that’s why!

LA Clippers at Miami Heat – 11am ABC: Lob City hits Dade County. Lot of talent and its should be a nice game entertain us as we wait for the Super Bowl.

Utah at Oregon – 1pm ESPN2: Underrated game out west for your Sunday afternoon.

Peyton Manning BroncosSuper Bowl 50 – 3:30pm CBS: If you don’t who is playing and the story lines and then you have been living under a rock on Saturn. It’s the Carolina Panthers vs the Denver Broncos by the way. Oh and it’s probably Peyton’s last game.