Today’s Live Sports

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12:30AM
  • Olympics 2018: Snowboarding

    Snowboarding

    12:35AM | NBC

    The women compete in the qualifying round of snowboarding's big air event making its Olympic debut in PyeongChang. U.S. snowboarder Julia Marino, who won the FIS World Cup big air event at Fenway Park in 2016, and her 17-year-old teammate Hailey Langland are among the field chasing Austrian favorite Anna Gasser, the first female snowboarder to perform a double cork on a kicker.

7:00AM
  • Olympics 2018: Women's Hockey Semifinal (Canada vs. OAR), Ski Jumping

    Women's Hockey Semifinal (Canada vs. OAR), Ski Jumping

    7:00AM | NBCSN

    Canada skates against Olympic Athletes From Russia in the second women's hockey semifinal; and ski jumping team finals take off at Alpensia Park. Team Canada's 23-game women's hockey win streak began in 2002 and includes a 5-0 group-play win over OAR. Japan's 45-year-old ski jumper Noriaki Kasai finishes off his eighth Olympics.

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  • Trackside Live!

    Featuring SouthWest

    5:30PM | TVG

    Coverage from Oaklawn Park includes the $500,000 Southwest Stakes, a Grade III race for 3-year-olds headlined by Mourinho, Combatant and Sporting Chance.

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  • College Basketball: Howard at North Carolina Central

    Howard at North Carolina Central

    7:00PM | ESPNU

    Howard at North Carolina Central. From McDougald-McLendon Arena. Freshman Charles Williams' 25 points led Howard to an 84-78 overtime upset of the Eagles last month, handing NC Central its first MEAC loss of the season. NCC went to the NCAAs last season.

  • College Basketball: Maryland at Northwestern

    Maryland at Northwestern

    7:00PM | FS1

    Maryland at Northwestern. From Allstate Arena. Just 10 days ago, Maryland tamed the Wildcats 73-57 behind Kevin Huerter's 22 points, while holding NU senior Bryant McIntosh scoreless. The Terps are trying to snap a seven-game Big Ten road losing streak.

  • College Basketball: Miami at Notre Dame

    Miami at Notre Dame

    7:00PM | ESPN

    Miami at Notre Dame. From Purcell Pavilion. Miami boasts a top-40 defense in the nation (66.3 ppg) and travels to South Bend to take on the Irish and Matt Farrell, who leads the team in assists (5.4 apg) and is second on the team in scoring at 16.1 ppg.

  • Olympics 2018: Figure Skating: (ice dancing), "Olympic Ice", Alpine Skiing

    Figure Skating: (ice dancing), "Olympic Ice", Alpine Skiing

    7:00PM | NBCSN

    "Olympic Ice" leads into the ice dancing gold-medal final, plus, Alpine skiing women's downhill training. Evan Bates is the first U.S. ice dancer to make three Olympics. Vancouver 2010 downhill golden girl Lindsey Vonn is back after sitting out 2014 due to injury.

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  • College Basketball: Alcorn State at Alabama State

    Alcorn State at Alabama State

    9:00PM | ESPNU

    Alcorn State at Alabama State. From the Dunn-Oliver Acadome. A.J. Mosby is the Braves' leading scorer (14.6 ppg) and passer (3.7 apg) and leads them against Reginald Gee (14.4 ppg) and the resurgent Hornets who have won three straight games.

  • College Basketball: Minnesota at Wisconsin

    Minnesota at Wisconsin

    9:00PM | FS1

    Minnesota at Wisconsin. From Kohl Center. Minnesota boasts a top-40 rebounding team in the nation, pulling down 39 per game, and takes on the Badgers and Ethan Happ who leads Wisconsin in both scoring (18.2 ppg) and rebounding (8.3 rpg).

  • College Basketball: Oklahoma at Kansas

    Oklahoma at Kansas

    9:00PM | ESPN

    Oklahoma at Kansas. From Allen Fieldhouse. Lon Kruger's Sooners bid for a rare season sweep of the Jayhawks, having triumphed 85-80 last month behind freshman Trae Young's 26 points and nine assists. KU is fighting for its 14th straight Big 12 title.

10:00PM
  • Women's Basketball: UCLA at Oregon

    UCLA at Oregon

    10:00PM | ESPN2

    UCLA at Oregon.

  • Olympics 2018: Hockey (Men's Playoff)

    Hockey (Men's Playoff)

    10:10PM | NBCSN

    Men's ice hockey enters the elimination round with qualification playoffs among the bottom eight teams (of 12). The three group winners and the top group runner-up earned byes to the quarterfinals.