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ESPN
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

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  • Senior Day, AAC Tournament TV Information

      Saturday's Senior Day game against Memphis at Gampel Pavilion will be televised by CBS Sports Network at 2 p.m. There will be NO live coverage or live streaming of the pregame ceremonies that will honor Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and Kiah Stokes.   Also,...
  • Orlando City surpasses 13,000 season tickets sold; ESPN pre-game show coming to Orlando

    Orlando City surpasses 13,000 season tickets sold; ESPN pre-game show coming to Orlando
    CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Fewer than 1,000 season tickets remain for Orlando City's inaugural season in Major League Soccer. The club announced it has surpassed 13,000 season ticket holders for the 2015 season, closing within range of the cap of season...
  • Richard Hamilton retires after 14 seasons in NBA

    Richard Hamilton hasn't played in the NBA since 2013, but he's calling it quits Thursday. The former shooting guard, who was integral on the Detroit Pistons' 2004 championship team and their six consecutive Eastern Conference finals berths, announced his...
  • On The Air For Wednesday

    BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: Boston University at American. CBSSN 7 p.m.: UMass at Rhode Island. CSN, SNY 7 p.m.: Louisville at Syracuse. ESPN 7 p.m.: Xavier at Cincinnati. ESPN2 7 p.m.: East Carolina at Tulsa. ESPNU 7 p.m.: Virginia Tech at Miami. MSG,...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 2/18 log (updated Monday PM)

    10 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s Rio Open (in Rio de Janeiro).--Tennis Ch. 2:30 p.m.    Soccer: UEFA Champions League round of 16 (leg 1): Real Madrid at Schalke.--FS1 2:30 p.m.    Tennis: Men’s Delray Beach International (in Fla.).--Tennis Ch....
  • Larry Sanders, Bucks in buyout talks, NBA source confirms

    A league source confirmed Monday that discussions are taking place on a buyout of the remainder of Larry Sanders' four-year, $44 million contract. ESPN first reported the buyout discussions. Sanders has missed the last 24 games, last appearing for the...
  • For Russell Wilson's new contract, 'thinking outside the box' just might be guaranteed

    When it comes to Russell Wilson's pending new contract with the Seahawks, does "outside the box" equal "hometown discount?" That was the hopeful assumption among fans last week when Seahawks general manager John Schneider used that phrase when discussing...
  • Dick Vitale says he 'will absolutely miss' calling Duke-UNC

    Words usually come easily and quickly, enthusiastically, to Dick Vitale but on Monday there wasn't much he wanted to say or could say about ESPN's decision to remove him from the network's coverage of the Duke-North Carolina game on Wednesday night at...
  • 'Baseball Tonight' host: Cubs will be in wild-card mix

    'Baseball Tonight' host: Cubs will be in wild-card mix
    Try to ignore that next cold front sweeping through Chicago—because you know another one's coming—and think baseball for a minute. The Cubs begin spring training on the heels of the most exciting offseason in recent memory. They added...
  • Unlikely Magic would risk signing Larry Sanders

    Unlikely Magic would risk signing Larry Sanders
    The kind of risk the Magic could take to improve their defense might present itself: Troubled Milwaukee Bucks big man Larry Sanders is expected to be available soon. The Bucks, according to ESPN, are in talks with Sanders to buy him out of the remaining...
  • Jerry Rice comment from 1993 contradicts stickum ignorance apology

    Jerry Rice comment from 1993 contradicts stickum ignorance apology
    Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice surprised many when in an ESPN feature on gloves he admitted to using stickum. The ESPN piece was posted Jan. 17. Rice later tried to justify his use of the banned adhesive by posting on Twitter that...