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Sports On Television On March 25, 2012

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Basketball, golf, facing, hockey, it's all here today. What is on tap for today's schedule in sports and where can you find it. We mostly have the answers. Mostly.

NCAA Tournament: Kentucky vs. Baylor (2:20 PM, CBS)
With a win on Sunday, Kentucky enters the final-four with an intriguing date against Louisville.

PGA Tour: Arnold Palmer Invitational (2:30 PM, NBC)
Let's face it. Most casual golfing fans would be more inclined to watch when Tiger Woods is at the very least competitive. Though he shot a 71 in the third-round on Saturday, he's still maintaining a one-stroke lead over Graeme McDowell.

NASCAR: The Sprint Cup Auto Club 400 (2:30 PM, FOX)
Teammates Denny Hamlin and Kyle Bush roll off first and second at the two-mile track in Fontana. Kevin Harvick, who won the race last year, rolls off seventh and my boy Tony Stewart starts ninth.

NBA: Phoenix at Cleveland (3:00 PM, NBA TV)
Cleveland and Phoenix are two teams on the outside, looking in. The Cavaliers are five games behind eighth place New York while the Suns are only two games behind the Nuggets for a spot in the 2012 NBA Playoffs.

NHL: Minnesota Wild at Washington Capitals (5 PM, NBC Sports)
Washington continues battling for the eventual eight seed in the Western Conference while Minnesota is largely eliminated, though not officially just yet.

NCAA Tournament: Kansas vs. North Carolina (5:05 PM, CBS)
Yesterday afternoon No. 2 Ohio State won the East after a one-two showdown against No. 1 Syracuse. No. 1 North Carolina hopes to avoid Syracuse's face against No. 2 Kansas for the final spot in the Final Four.

NHL: Nashville Predators at Chicago Blackhawks (7:30 PM, NBC Sports)
Chicago will take their fourth-ranked goals/game average against Nashville's Pekka Rinne, who is tied for the most wins by a goalie this year.

NBA: Miami at Oklahoma City (8:00 PM, ESPN)
Combined the Heat and Thunder are 71-23 this season, bound for the playoffs with names like Dwayne Wade, LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook taking center stage.

NBA: Memphis at LA Lakers (10:30 PM, ESPN)
Memphis struggles on the road and traveling to LA will be tough, as the Lakers are 20-3 at home this season.

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