Sports lineup: Feb. 14

February 13, 2014 

TV, radio

AUTO RACING

5 p.m.NASCAR Sprint Cup: Practice for Sprint Unlimited FS1

6:30 p.m.NASCAR Sprint Cup: Final practice for Sprint Unlimited FS1

BASEBALL

1:30 p.m.College: Kentucky vs. Virginia WWTF-AM 1580

4:30 p.m.College: Baylor at Arizona St. Pac-12

BASKETBALL

10:30 a.m.NBA Rising Stars Practice NBA

3:30 p.m.Basketball Hall of Fame Announcement NBA

5 p.m.College women: Quinnipiac at Marist ESPNU

6 p.m.College men: Louisville at Temple ESPN2, WWRW-FM 105.5

7 p.m.NBA All-Star Celebrity Game ESPN

7 p.m.College men: Detroit at Oakland ESPNU

8:30 p.m.College women: Washington at Colorado Pac-12

9 p.m.NBA Rising Stars Challenge TNT

9 p.m.College men: Arizona at Arizona St. ESPN

9 p.m.College men: Canisius at Niagara ESPNU

10:30 p.m.College women: Arizona at California Pac-12

BOXING

9 p.m.Junior welterweights: Chris Algieri vs. Emmanuel TaylorESPN2

GOLF

9 a.m.European PGA: Africa Open (taped) Golf

NoonLPGA: Women's Australian Open (taped) Golf

2:30 p.m.Champions: ACE Group Classic Golf

5 p.m.PGA: Northern Trust Open Golf

5:30 a.m.European PGA: Africa Open Golf

HOCKEY

6:30 p.m.College men: Michigan St. at Penn St. Big Ten

7 p.m.College men: Boston at New Hampshire NBC Sports

8:30 p.m.College men: Miami (Ohio) at North Dakota CBS Sports

9 p.m.College men: Michigan at Minnesota Big Ten

HORSE RACING

12:30 p.m.Live racing begins TVG

TENNIS

6:30 a.m.ABN AMRO World Tournament Tennis

8 p.m.U.S. National Indoor Championships Tennis

10 p.m.U.S. National Indoor Championships Tennis

WINTER OLYMPICS

See complete schedule on page B3

Around town

BASKETBALL

7:30 p.m.High school girls: Lexington Christian at Lafayette

7:45 p.m.High school girls: Henry Clay at Tates Creek

BOWLING

7:15 a.m.KHSAA State Bowling Championships at Collins Eastland Lanes

CLUB HOCKEY

11:55 p.m.College men: Kentucky vs. Louisville at Lexington Ice Center

HORSE RACING

12:25 p.m.Simulcasting begins at Keeneland

12:30 p.m.Simulcasting begins at The Red Mile

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