The 2009-10 NBA season gets under way Tuesday with a nationally televised doubleheader (7:30 p.m., TNT). First, the Cavaliers and Celtics meet in a clash of Eastern Conference powers. In the nightcap, the Lakers and Clippers collide in a battle for local bragging rights.
The Fall Classic between the Yankees and Phillies starts Wednesday with Game 1 in the Bronx (7:30 p.m., FOX). Good news for long-suffering East Coast fans: For the first time since 1971, weeknight World Series games are slated to start before 8 p.m.
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More than 100 hours of behind-the-scenes footage taken during rehearsals for
A half-hour buddy comedy about a group of suburban thirtysomethings in a fantasy football league? Might hit too close to home for some folks, but Thursday's premiere of
Many call the biannual grudge match between North London neigbors Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur the most heated rivalry in the English Premier League. Saturday's latest chapter (8:30 a.m., ESPN2) finds the longstanding rivals tied for third place in the Premiership table.
One of college football's greatest rivalries comes to Jacksonville on Saturday as top-ranked Florida meets Georgia in a setting known to generations of frat boys as the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.
If Saturday's Florida-Georgia showdown might not even be the craziest tailgate scene of the weekend. Not with a Turnpike sports day on Sunday in South Philadelphia. First, the Giants and Eagles renew hostilities for the first time since last year's playoffs (1 p.m., FOX). Later, the Phillies host the Yankees in Game 4 of the World Series.