We've got another weekend chock-full of varied sports goodies. The Canucks look to bounce back and the Mavericks look to bounce the Heat as the Stanley Cup finals and NBA Finals highlight the Games We're Watching
This weekend is all about finals. Stanley Cup finals. NBA Finals. French Open finals. And the final weekend of the Women's College World Series. Hopefully you're not too busy studying for finals. Here are the Games We're Watching.
It's a good thing most network series have wrapped up, because we've got drama on the court and ice tonight with critical conference finals games in the NBA and NHL. There's even baseball worth checking out. Here are the Games We're Watching.
The NBA and NHL playoffs are back tonight, with the NBA's version of the Red River Rivalry tipping off in Dallas and the Lightning and Bruins facing off in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Whether it's basketball or hockey that's more to your taste, this weekend is a nonstop playoff feast, beginning with Thunder-Grizzlies Friday in Memphis. And in a women's soccer friendly, the U.S. hosts Japan on Saturday in the Games We're Watching.
It's an NBA playoff doubleheader tonight as the Bulls and Hawks tip off in Chicago followed by the Lakers and Mavericks in Los Angeles. If you're a puckhead, we've got Flyers and Bruins on the ice. Here are the Games We're Watching.
Wow, what a night in hoops -- losing and winning streaks, last-second buzzer-beaters, overtimes, upsets and tournament-quality action all over the country. All that and a crazy night on the ice in Boston highlight About Last Night.
We check in on the state of the sports union. Strong? No. 1 Ohio State wins again. Not so strong? Rafael Nadal lost in straight sets, and Syracuse continued its slide with a loss to Seton Hall at home.
Yes, it's Thursday, but it feels like a Saturday with all the college football bowl action we've got today. If that's not enough, we've got a huge women's basketball game and the top two teams in the NBA tipping off.
On the night after the Super Bowl all eyes were on Dallas again. This time it had nothing to do with Cowboys Stadium as the Mavericks kept their winning streak intact while extending the Cavs' record for futility. Let's talk About Last Night.