It's Sunday and that means we have another full day on tap for sports, sports, sports. If you like college basketball, there's conference championship games. If you like Hockey, there's big players in the Eastern conference squaring off. A historical rivalry in the NBA, Tiger Woods is back to not making a difference in the final round and NASCAR's early season continues. There's something for everyone. Here's the schedule.
NHL Hockey: Boston Bruins at Pittsburgh Steelers (12:30 PM, NBC)
Pittsburgh (87 points) looks continue their impressive push into the Eastern Conference, having won eight straight and nine of their previous ten games.
College Basketball: ACC Championship Game (1:00 PM, ESPN)
No. 17 Florida State put a cramp in everyone's plans for a Duke rematch against No. 4 Carolina on Saturday, beating the Blue Devils by three points. The last time Florida State played North Carolina, the Seminoles beat the Tar Heels by 33 points.
College Basketball: Atlantic 10 Championship Game (1:00 PM, CBS)
Beating St. Louis by seven points on Saturday, Xavier earned a spot in the conference championship game against the St. Bonaventure Bonnies for the A-10 title. The last time these two teams played, Xavier won by 13 points on January 14.
College Basketball: SEC Championship Game (1:00 PM, ABC)
No. 1 Kentucky beat No. 19 Florida on Saturday to enter the conference championship game against Vanderbilt, who had a slightly easier path against Georgia and Ol' Miss. The Commodores have lost both games they've played against the Wildcats this year, losing by an average of 7.5 points.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (2:30 PM, FOX)
Denny Hamlin has the early lead after two races this year, over Greg Biffle, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Carl Edwards, who starts 21st today, has won two of the last four races.
PGA Tour: WGC-Cadillac Championship (3:00 PM, NBC)
Bubba Watson takes a three-stroke lead on the Blue Monster at Doral into Sunday over Justin Rose and Keegan Bradley. Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy (No. 1 ranked in the world) are eight strokes back at nine-under.
College Basketball: Big Ten Basketball Championship (3:30 PM, CBS)
The No. 7 Buckeyes easily wiped Michigan out of the Big Ten tournament on Saturday, beating the Wolverines 77-55. No. 8 Michigan State handled No. 12 Wisconsin 65-52, setting the stage for another big Ohio State and Michigan State game. The last time these two teams met, Ohio State beat Michigan State claiming a share for the Big Ten regular season championship with the Spartans. Now the winner on Saturday afternoon will win the Big Ten championship.
NBA Basketball: Boston Celtics at Los Angeles Lakers (3:30 PM, ABC)
Though neither team projects as major players in their respective conference this year, the Celtics and Lakers is always a great rivalry.