When league MVP Derrick Rose is hot, his Bulls team usually comes on top. The Hawks look to keep the ball out of Rose's hands tonight -- or at least limit his shooting like they did in their Game 4 victory Sunday. Here are the Games We're Watching.
What a weekend for sports as the NHL and NBA playoffs heat up and the Kentucky Derby takes off. Mix some mint juleps and get rally caps ready. And if the sun is shining, why not take Mom to the ballpark for Mother's Day?
The Tampa Bay Lightning can send the top-seeded Washington Capitals packing and punch their ticket to the Eastern Conference finals. Two NBA tilts are on the schedule tonight with three NHL contests. Here are the Games We're Watching.
The Hornets, Magic and Trail Blazers are all one bad game away from summer vacation. Will we see three more teams advance or get a few more Game 7s? With hoops, hockey, baseball and a big day for NFL hopefuls, here are the Games We're Watching.
Half of the 10 teams competing in tonight's NBA and NHL playoff games may see their seasons end prematurely. Five games with elimination blows on the line? Gimme the remote and let's get after it. Here are the Games We're Watching.
The place to be is Chicago, where the Bulls and the Blackhawks fight to advance to Round 2 of the playoffs. If you're not down with the Windy City, there's more on the docket. Here are the Games We're Watching today.
The playoffs continue on the ice and the hardwood, with two top-seeded NBA teams hoping to avoid falling into a 2-0 hole and one NHL team playing to keep its season alive. Here are the Games We're Watching tonight.
Stock up on snacks and fill your fridge with beer, 'cause this weekend's lineup of playoff games will have you glued to your TV for hours. The NHL playoffs continue, and the NBA playoffs tip off Saturday.
While hoops and hockey teams battle for a spot in the playoffs, baseball teams are just starting their long trek toward the postseason. From thrilling finishes to intriguing beginnings, these are the Games We're Watching ...
Nothing says baseball like snow, rain and temperatures in the 30s and 40s! Weather permitting, 12 baseball teams will start their 2011 seasons today, and for six, the dream of a perfect 162-game season will end. (Waaah, waaah!)