8. Pro Wrestling: WWE Road to WrestleMania Tour (Saturday 7:30pm Patriot Center Sunday 5pm 1st Mariner Arena)
If you haven’t been watching a lot of WWE recently, you may have missed a fairly significant return recently. Actually, if you HAVE been watching a lot of WWE recently, you may still have somehow missed it.
It’s kind of uncomfortable to look at.
7. NBA: Washington Wizards @ Phoenix Suns (Wednesday 10pm from Phoenix live on Comcast SportsNet), Washington Wizards @ Los Angeles Lakers (Friday 10:30pm from Los Angeles live on Comcast SportsNet), Washington Wizards @ Golden State Warriors (Saturday 10:30pm from Oakland live on Comcast SportsNet), Memphis Grizzlies @ Washington Wizards (Monday 7pm from Verizon Center live on Comcast SportsNet)
LeBron James went all “DeAndre Jordan” in Monday night’s Celtics/Heat game and thankfully Jim Ross was there to document it.
“JASON TERRY HAS BEEN BROKEN IN HALF!”
6. Soccer: CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying-Costa Rica @ Team USA (Friday 10pm from Commerce City, CO live on ESPN); MLS: Columbus Crew @ DC United (Saturday 3:30pm from RFK Stadium live on NBC Sports Network)
I wanted to work this in somewhere and I have absolutely no idea where, so I’ll just do it here. Margaret made her world-renowned Buffalo Chicken Dip for a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, but she felt it necessary to make it a bit more festive…
My personal #1 seed.
5. Women’s College Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Quinnipiac @ Maryland (Saturday 11:15am from Comcast Center live on ESPN2), Navy vs. Kentucky (Sunday 12:05pm from Queens, NY live on ESPNU) (Other games Saturday-Monday from various locations live on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3.com)
I usually appreciate Kentucky’s hospitality, but this time I’m much more supportive of the Midshipwomen. (Midshipladies?)
So…if you don’t mind the language, the Urban Dictionary page for Lexington, Kentucky is pretty freaking hilarious.
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