While there is obviously no professional football being played on this fine Sunday, there are plenty of sports on television to satisfy your viewing pleasure.NBA Playoffs: Chicago at Philadelphia 1 PM ET ABC. Philadelphia currently leads the series 2-1. Chicago lost the reigning MVP Derrick Rose to a torn ACL in game one of the series and has yet to win a game since.
Miami at New York. 3:30 PM ET ABC. The Heat look to sweep the Knicks, as New York will likely be without Amar'e Stoudemire as he recovers from a hand injury that he suffered at the hands of a cased fire extinguisher.
Atlanta at Boston. 7 PM ET TNT. The Celtics currently have a two game to one lead over the Hawks and won game three in overtime. Ray Allen played for the first time in eleven games and scored 13 points in game three.
Los Angeles at Denver. 9:30 PM ET TNT. The Lakers currently lead the series two games to one. While the Lakers played well at home this season, they were under .500 on the road.
NHL Playoffs: St. Louis at Los Angeles. 3 PM ET NBC. The Kings will attempt to wrap up the series and take their sweep of the Blues into the Western Conference Finals.
Philadelphia at New Jersey. 7:30 PM ET NBCSN. The Devils look to take a commanding lead in the series as they currently hold a two game to one lead over the Flyers.
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Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. 1:35 PM ET Fox Sports Ohio. The Reds look to get Mat Latos going as the Reds take on Charlie Morton and The Pittsburgh Pirates.
New York at Kansas City. 2:10 PM ET TBS. The Yankees take on the Royals without their future hall of fame closer. The Royals are only 1-11 at home this year.
Philadelphia at Washington. 8 PM ET ESPN. The Nationals are coming off their first winning April in franchise history. The Phillies are hovering around .500 and are just trying to get the team healthy.
NASCAR: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. 12 PM ET FOX. This race is ran at Talladega, where the best races tend to happen. Jeff Gordon won the pole on Saturday to start out first for this afternoon's race. AJ Allmendinger will start the race second, while Marcos Ambrose will start third.
Golf: The Wells Fargo Championship concludes on CBS at 3PM ET. Webb Simpson is 14 under and has a one stroke lead over Ryan Moore and D.A. Points after three rounds.