Cris Collinsworth Looks Back at 2012 NFL Season Sunday at NBC- Prior to its coverage of the Pro Bowl on Sunday, NBC will produce a program hosted by Cris Collinsworth which will look back at the 2012 NFL season and a preview of Super Bowl XLVII. Cris Collinsowrth’s Sunday Night Football Special will air at 5:00 p.m. ET.
Hornets/Lakers Next Fan Night Game on NBA TV– NBA TV has announced that the New Orleans Hornets at Los Angeles Lakers will be the next Fan Night telecast next Tuesday. Tip-off is at 10:30p.m. ET. Here is the list of games fans can vote for the February 5th Fan Night Game: Atlanta Hawks @ Indiana Pacers; Los Angeles Lakers @ Brooklyn Nets; Phoenix Suns @ Memphis Grizzlies; Golden State Warriors @ Houston Rockets;or
Milwaukee Bucks @ Denver Nuggets
MLB Network Unveils Top 50 Prospects of 2013– The MLB Network will air a porgram Tuesday which will rank the top 50 prospects entering the 2013 season. Greg Amsinger, John Hart, and Jonathan Mayo will host the show Tuesday at 9:00p.m. ET.
College Basketball This Weekend on CBS Sports Network– The CBS Sports Network will have college basketball action both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday at 4:00p.m. ET Bob Socci and Chris Spatola handle the call as Holy Cross hosts Bucknell. At 6:00p.m. ET Xavier is at St. Josephs with Dave Ryan and Pete Gillen. At 8:00p.m. ET Brad Johansen and Steve Wolf announce LaSalle at VCU. Sunday’s action begins at 12:00p.m. ET as Lafayette visits Lehigh with Socci and Spatola on site. A women’s doubleheader follows featuring Xavier at Richmond at 2:00 PM ET with John Sadak and Julianne Viani and Fresno State at Colorado State at 4:00p.m. ET featuring Rich Cellini and Tammy Blackburn.
Friday Night Fights Tonight on ESPN– The next edition of Friday Night Fights takes place tonight on ESPN. Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas will be ringside at Turning Stone Casino in New York as Sergiy “The Razor” Dzinziruk and Brian “The Warrior” Vera meet in the 12-round main event. Todd Grisham will serve as studio host. The action begins at 9:00p.m. ET.
PBA League Begins This Weekend on ESPN– The Pro Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour will take a break from its schedule to begin its PBA League of competitions. The PBA League features eight teams of bowlers which are celebrity-owned. The first event in the PBA League takes place Sunday near Detroit. Lon McEachern and Randy Pedersen will call the action beginning Sunday at Noon ET.