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    Monday TV/Radio Men’s college basketball Exhibition: Eastern New Mexico at Arizona 7 p.m. PAC12 Horse racing Breakfast at Breeders’ Cup 7 a.m. TVG Television Games 10 a.m. TVG Breeders’ Cup Post Position Draw 2:30 p.m. TVG Television Games 4:30 p.m. TVG Melbourne Cup 7:30 p.m. FS1 NBA Raptors at Knicks 4:30 p.m. NBA NFL Giants at Chiefs 5 p.m. ESPN, ESPN2 NHL Capitals at Lightning 4 p.m. NHL Soccer Premier: Wolverhampton vs. Everton 1 p.m. NBCSN Tuesday TV/Radio Baseball WS Game 6: Braves at Astros (if nec.) 5 p.m. FOX College football Ball State at Akron 4 p.m. CBSSN Eastern Michigan at Toledo 4:30 p.m. ESPN2 Horse racing Breakfast at Breeders’ Cup 7 a.m. TVG Television Games 10 a.m. TVG Race Night 5 p.m. TVG NBA Heat at Mavericks 4:30 p.m. TNT Pelicans at Suns 7 p.m. TNT NHL Sabres at Sharks 7:30 p.m. ESPN+/Hulu Tennis ATP Paris: early rounds; BJK Cup: group staging (early Wed.) 2:30 a.m. TENNIS
    The 25 best comedy movie duos What to Do If You’re More Frugal Than Your Spouse The NBA's 2021-22 season is off to a rollicking start. One week in and we've got tempers flaring up in Los Angeles, Stephen Curry going off, Carmelo Anthony moving up, several surprise unbeatens and nonstop chatter about the greatest 75 players. The thrilling action continues on Tuesday with a matchup between two big-market teams in New York City as Julius Randle and the Knicks host Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers.  Both teams enter this contest with a 2-1 record but were agonisingly close to going unbeaten through their first three games. The 76ers stumbled in their home opener, collapsing late by allowing the Brooklyn Nets to go on a game-sealing 16-1 run over the final 5:30 minutes.  MORE: 'People should buckle in' Daryl Morey says Ben Simmons rumors On the other hand, the Knicks in their most recent game - a home encounter against the Orlando Magic - squandered a nine-point lead late in the third quarter and went on to lose by six points as they were outscored...
    Prosecutors seek detention in Navy submarine espionage case Navalny congratulates Nobel-winning Russian editor The NBA preseason slate includes seven games on Monday, headlined by the Philadelphia 76ers hosting the star-studded Brooklyn Nets at 8:00 p.m. ET. Both teams — the East's top two from the regular season in 2020-21 — have been perceived very differently leading into the 2021-22 season.  While the Nets are considered heavy favourites to win the title despite growing uncertainty over Kyrie Irving's availability, the 76ers have taken a few steps back given the drama surrounding Ben Simmons' holdout.  MORE: Simmons could report to 76ers this week This matchup is the third game for either team in the preseason. In their previous two games, Philadelphia played Toronto on a home-and-home while Brooklyn played the Lakers in Los Angeles before traveling back East to host the Bucks.  Sporting News has you covered for everything you need to know about the NBA preseason games on Monday.  NBA schedule on Monday, Oct. 11 - Start times, TV channels Here's the full schedule for Monday, Oct. 11, in addition to the tip-off times and TV...
    Tuesday TV/Radio Baseball AL Wild Card: Yankees at Red Sox 5 p.m. ESPN Golf NCAA: Blessings Invitational 1 p.m. GOLF Horse racing Television Games 9 a.m. TVG Race Night 5 p.m. TVG NBA preseason Bucks at Grizzlies 5 p.m. TNT NHL preseason Panthers at Lightning 4 p.m. NHL Kraken at Canucks 7 p.m. NHL Wednesday TV/Radio Baseball NL Wild Card: Cardinals at Dodgers 5 p.m. TBS Golf NCAA: Blessings Invitational 1 p.m. GOLF Horse racing Television Games 9 a.m. TVG Race Night 5 p.m. TVG International Racing 9 p.m. TVG NBA preseason Lakers at Suns 3 p.m. NBA Jazz at Mavericks 5:30 p.m. NBA NHL preseason Capitals at Bruins 4 p.m. NHL Kings at Ducks 7 p.m. NHL Soccer UEFA Nations: Italy vs. Spain 11:30 a.m. ESPN2 Men’s Georgetown at Seton Hall 4 p.m. FS1 NWSL: Washington at NJ-NY 4 p.m. CBSSN Tennis WTA: BNP Paribas Open 11 a.m. TENNIS WNBA playoffs Connecticut at Chicago 5 p.m. ESPN Las Vegas at Phoenix 7 p.m. ESPN
    For those NBA fans wondering if TNT is included with a Fubo TV subscription, we have the answer for you. The 2021 NBA Playoffs officially kicked off on Saturday, where the world saw the Milwaukee Bucks defeat the Miami Heat in overtime, the Dallas Mavericks upset the Los Angeles Clippers and the Brooklyn Nets holding off the Boston Celtics. On Sunday, TNT will be airing Game 1 of the New York Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Wizards and Utah Jazz vs. the Memphis Grizzlies series’. For those of you wondering if the network will be a part of a Fubo TV subscription, we have the answer below.Is TNT on Fubo TV?Unfortunately, TNT is not a part of a Fubo TV subscription. However, the service will air NBA Playoff games broadcasting on ESPN, ABC and NBA TV. So there is that, at least. Every series will be alternating between networks as it progresses, which means you could miss out on pivotal games that air on TNT. You can check the full first-round schedule at this link, via NBA.com....
    A bar in Ohio has had enough of the NBA and LeBron James. According to Outkick, Linnie’s Pub in Delhi Township will no longer play NBA games on TV as long as LeBron James is part of the league. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “If anyone wants to watch an NBA game, don’t come to Linnie’s Pub. We will not air them until LeBron James has been expelled from the NBA,” owner Jay Linneman explained according to the same report. Bar In Ohio Near Cincinnati Says ‘No’ To Televised Games With LeBron James https://t.co/mvv6sS3jtz — OutKick (@Outkick) April 24, 2021 The decision comes after LeBron James posted a tweet about the police officer in Ohio who had to shoot and kill teenager Ma’Khia Bryant during a violent altercation. Bryant was armed with a knife during the altercation. The four-time NBA champion and Los Angeles Lakers star later deleted the tweet, but you can see a screenshot of it below. LeBron James has now deleted the tweet calling for the cop to be arrested for shooting...
    The NBA’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day tradition continues this year with a nine-game slate featuring some of the league’s top stars. It all starts at Madison Square Garden with a Monday afternoon game between the Magic and Knicks followed by a contest between the Timberwolves and Hawks in Atlanta, the birthplace of MLK. There will be five nationally-televised matchups (two on NBA TV, three on TNT), including a battle of former MVPs as Stephen Curry’s Warriors take on LeBron James’ Lakers to close out the evening. Here’s everything you need to know about watching NBA games on MLK Day, including a full schedule with TV channels and start times. MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) NBA schedule 2021: What games are on today? Monday, Jan. 18 (All times Eastern) Game Time Channel Magic vs. Knicks Noon NBA TV Timberwolves vs. Hawks 2:30 p.m. NBA TV Pistons vs. Heat 3 p.m. — Spurs vs. Trail Blazers 3 p.m. — Suns vs. Grizzlies 5 p.m. TNT Bucks...
    The NBA season typically has its unofficial start on Christmas Day. That’s when many sports fans decide it’s time to (at least temporarily) take a break from football and check out their favorite basketball teams. Nothing is typical in 2020, of course. The league kicked off its new campaign on Dec. 22, so the Christmas slate has arrived quickly. One thing that hasn’t changed? The schedule is loaded with star power. Here’s a full breakdown of the NBA’s 2020 Christmas Day schedule, which features a primetime Western Conference matchup between the Mavericks and Lakers. MORE: Watch NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) NBA Christmas schedule 2020 The Pelicans and Heat will meet at the American Airlines Arena in Miami for the first Christmas Day game. After watching that contest on ESPN, you can flip over to ABC for Warriors-Bucks, Nets-Celtics and Mavericks-Lakers before jumping back to ESPN for Clippers-Nuggets. All games are also available to stream via Watch ESPN or the Watch ESPN app. (All times Eastern) Game Time Channel Pelicans vs. Heat Noon ESPN ...
    It seems like only yesterday that LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers were hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy in the NBA bubble in Orlando. In reality it’s been a little more than two months, but nonetheless the 2020-21 NBA season is here. This season will certainly be a little different. Teams are no longer in a bubble and will be playing in their home market in front of various sized crowds. Rosters have been expanded and the second half of the reduced 72-game schedule has yet to be released. While the shortened offseason is certainly less than ideal for players’ recovery, the move was financially motivated. Waiting to start the season until the latter parts of January potentially would have cost the NBA close to $1 billion.  MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Speaking of money, some of the NBA’s biggest stars (Anthony Davis, Jayson Tatum, Donovan Mitchell, etc.) inked deals in the abbreviated offseason, securing their future with a franchise for the next several seasons, unless they become unhappy like James Harden...
    It seems like only yesterday that LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers were hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy in the NBA bubble in Orlando. In reality it’s been a little more than two months, but nonetheless the 2020-21 NBA season is here. This season will certainly be a little different. Teams are no longer in a bubble and will be playing in their home market in front of various sized crowds. Rosters have been expanded and the second half of the reduced 72-game schedule has yet to be released. While the shortened offseason is certainly less than ideal for players’ recovery, the move was financially motivated. Waiting to start the season until the latter parts of January potentially would have cost the NBA close to $1 billion.  MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Speaking of money, some of the NBA’s biggest stars (Anthony Davis, Jayson Tatum, Donovan Mitchell, etc.) inked deals in the abbreviated offseason, securing their future with a franchise for the next several seasons, unless they become unhappy like James Harden...
    Getty The Lakers will tackle the Blazers within the first spherical of the NBA playoffs. The NBA has a uncommon off day within the bubble with no playoff video games on the schedule for Sunday, August 16. The NBA playoffs will begin on Monday, August 17 with 4 video games on the opening slate. The Blazers’ win over the Grizzlies within the inaugural play-in sport means there may be not a second match matchup that may have taken place on August 16. Portland’s win eradicated Memphis and punched the Blazers’ ticket to a first-round matchup with the Lakers. It’s a distinctive begin to the postseason this 12 months with the playoffs starting on a Monday reasonably than its conventional weekend opening matchups. LeBron James admitted that the depth of video games ought to ramp up because the postseason begins. James famous that he had hassle discovering the postseason mentality within the seeding video games, particularly with no home-court benefit within the playoffs. “Me, personally, so far as mentally, I’m not in playoff-mode,”...
    Getty The Lakers will take on the Blazers in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The NBA has a rare off day in the bubble with no playoff games on the schedule for Sunday, August 16. The NBA playoffs will start on Monday, August 17 with four games on the opening slate. The Blazers’ win over the Grizzlies in the inaugural play-in game means there is not a second tournament matchup that would have taken place on August 16. Portland’s win eliminated Memphis and punched the Blazers’ ticket to a first-round matchup with the Lakers. It is a unique start to the postseason this year with the playoffs beginning on a Monday rather than its traditional weekend opening matchups. LeBron James admitted that the intensity of games should ramp up as the postseason starts. James noted that he had trouble finding the postseason mentality in the seeding games, especially with no home-court advantage in the playoffs. “Me, personally, as far as mentally, I’m not in playoff-mode,” James said, via Sports Illustrated. “Physically, I’m getting there. I feel...
    The race to the 2020 NBA playoffs continues Monday, Aug. 3, with six “seeding games” on the league’s restart schedule. A total of 13 NBA teams have already clinched playoff berths, but there is still much to be decided down the stretch. The seedings are far from finalized, and the final postseason spot in the Western Conference could come down to a play-in tournament. It will certainly be an exciting sprint to the finish line. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about watching the NBA’s restart, including tipoff times and TV channels for the national broadcasts. MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) NBA games today Here’s the full schedule for today’s NBA games. Check out SN’s live scoreboard for stats from each game. Monday, Aug. 3 Game Time (ET) National TV Raptors vs. Heat 1:30 p.m. NBA TV, fuboTV Nuggets vs. Thunder 4 p.m. NBA TV, fuboTV Pacers vs. Wizards 4 p.m. — Grizzlies vs. Pelicans 6:30 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV Spurs vs. 76ers 8...
    The NBA’s official restart of its 2019-20 season in the Orlando bubble technically came Thursday night with a doubleheader featuring Pelicans vs. Jazz and Lakers vs. Clippers, but Saturday’s slate of NBA games is the second in what will be 15 straight days of nonstop basketball. Each of the 22 teams that were invited to resume the NBA season after four-plus months away from the court is scheduled to play eight seeding games before the playoffs begin in mid-August. That means the NBA had to pack up to six games per day over the span of a couple weeks — a beautiful sight for basketball fans. MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) National TV broadcasts of the NBA games from the Orlando bubble will be shown by four different networks — ABC, ESPN, TNT, NBATV — and Saturday’s schedule features an ESPN quadruple-header.  Below is the complete schedule of NBA games for Saturday, Aug. 1, including the four national TV games. NBA games today Saturday’s schedule of games is about as good as it gets for the casual NBA...
    The NBA’s official restart of its 2019-20 season in the Orlando bubble is Thursday night with a doubleheader featuring Pelicans vs. Jazz and Lakers vs. Clippers, but Friday’s slate of NBA games is the first of what will be 15 straight days of nonstop basketball. Each of the 22 teams that were invited to resume the NBA season after four-plus months away from the court is scheduled to play eight seeding games before the playoffs begin in mid-August. That means the NBA had to pack up to six games per day over the span of a couple weeks — a beautiful sight for basketball fans. MORE: Watch select NBA games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) National TV broadcasts of the NBA games from the Orlando bubble will be shown by four different networks — ABC, ESPN, TNT, NBATV — and Friday’s schedule features the first of a handful of ESPN doubleheaders. And those who have access to NBATV as well as ESPN will be treated to a national TV tripleheader Friday. Here is a complete TV schedule for the first two...
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