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March 28, 2005
March 28, 2005

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FRIDAY 25

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Suns at Heat ESPN 8 p.m. | Expect offense. Last time the East's and the West's top-scoring teams met, the Suns ran away with a 122--107 victory. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno NBC 11:35 p.m. | World Cup champ Bode Miller talks about being king of the mountain.

SATURDAY 26

LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship ABC 4:30 p.m. | Last year Grace Park won her first major here. Could Michelle Wie be next? NCAA Division II basketball championship CBS 1 p.m. | Upstart Bryant won its first three tournament games by at least 10 points.

SUNDAY 27

RealProWrestling PAX TV 4 p.m. | The Olympic-style wrestling league--no folding chairs--premieres with former gold medalist Rulon Gardner in the announcer's booth. Winter Gravity Games OLN 9:30 p.m. | Tara Dakides competes in the snowboard slopestyle.

MONDAY 28

The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson CBS 12:35 a.m. | Olympic bronze-medal-winning snowboarder Chris Klug stops by. NASDAQ-100 Open ESPN 8 p.m. | Early-round action from Miami, where Serena Williams is the defending champion.

TUESDAY 29

On Shelves: Luckiest Man: The Life and Death of Lou Gehrig | Jonathan Eig's bio includes correspondence among the Iron Horse, his wife and the Mayo Clinic. On this date | In 1976 Bobby Knight's Indiana squad beat Michigan to cap the NCAA's last perfect season.

WEDNESDAY 30

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED 20 Greatest College Basketball Players Ever SpikeTV 10 p.m. | Who's No. 1? Bill Walton? Lew Alcindor? Christian Laettner? SI's Jack McCallum, former UCLA star Pooh Richardson and Summer Sanders present our list of hoops legends.

THURSDAY 31

Timberwolves at Lakers TNT 10:30 p.m. | Last year's Western Conference finalists are locked in a battle with Denver for the final playoff spot. Slam Dunk and Three-Point Contest ESPN 9 p.m. | Final Four weekend kicks off with a skills showcase in St. Louis.

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