What Sports Games Are on TV Today on Saturday, January 21? – Heavy.com

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LeBron James and the Cavs take on the Spurs tonight on ABC. (Getty)

Fans looking to spend their Saturday watching sports have a variety of options including the NBA, college basketball and soccer. Premier League matches started as early as 6:30 a.m. Eastern.

Manchester City takes on Tottenham at 11:30 a.m. Eastern on NBC. The match features two teams in the top five of the Premier League standings. Soccer fans can also tune into FOX Sports 2 for Bundeliga action as RB Leipzig takes on Eintracht Frankfurt at 11:30 a.m. Eastern. Click here for a full rundown of all the international soccer matches taking place today.

Basketball fans can start and end their day with college basketball with the amount of games on today’s slate. No. 19 Florida squares off with Vanderbilt in an SEC matchup on CBS at 12 p.m. Eastern. No. 1 Villanova takes on Providence at the same time on FOX.

No. 10 Florida State host No. 12 Louisville at 2 p.m. Eastern on CBS in a matchup featuring two of the best ACC teams. No. 2 Kansas takes on Texas at the same time on CBS.

No. 3 UCLA takes on No. 14 Arizona at 4 p.m. on CBS in a big Pac-12 matchup. UCLA’s freshman point guard Lonzo Ball is considered by many to be the top prospect in the 2017 NBA Draft. No. 5 Kentucky host No. 24 South Carolina on ESPN at 6 p.m. Eastern. No. 18 Duke takes on Miami at 8:15 p.m. Eastern on ESPN.

NBA fans have just one game on national television today, but it is a good one. The Cleveland Cavaliers host the San Antonio Spurs on ABC at 8:30 p.m. Eastern.

The NFL playoffs do not continue until Sunday when the AFC and NFC Championships take place to determine who is headed to the Super Bowl. Football fans can tune into NFL Network today at 3 p.m. Eastern for the East-West Shrine Game. The game features college football prospects looking to get selected in April’s NFL Draft.

Here’s a full rundown of all the college basketball viewing options for Saturday, January 21:

12:00 PM Vanderbilt at #19 Florida CBS
12:00 PM Georgia at Texas A&M ESPN2
12:00 PM Nebraska at Rutgers ESPNU
12:00 PM Penn State at #21 Purdue Big Ten Network
12:00 PM Syracuse at #15 Notre Dame ESPN
12:00 PM Providence at #1 Villanova FOX
12:30 PM Fordham at Massachusetts NBC Sports Network
1:00 PM Tulsa at South Florida ESPNews
1:30 PM Navy at Army CBS Sports Network
2:00 PM Texas at #2 Kansas CBS
2:00 PM #12 Louisville at #10 Florida State ESPN
2:00 PM Iowa State at Oklahoma ESPN2
2:00 PM Oklahoma State at Texas Tech ESPNU
2:00 PM #13 Butler at DePaul FOX Sports 1
2:15 PM Illinois at Michigan Big Ten Network
2:30 PM Rhode Island at Duquesne NBC Sports Network
2:30 PM Marquette at #7 Creighton FOX Sports 1
3:30 PM Ole Miss at Missouri SEC NETWORK
4:00 PM Alabama at Auburn ESPN2
4:00 PM Michigan State at Indiana ESPN
4:00 PM Colorado at Washington State Pac-12 Network
4:00 PM #14 Arizona at #3 UCLA CBS
4:00 PM #20 Cincinnati at Tulane CBS Sports Network
4:30 PM #17 Wisconsin at Minnesota Big Ten Network
6:00 PM #24 South Carolina at #5 Kentucky ESPN
6:00 PM Mississippi State at Tennessee SEC NETWORK
6:00 PM Stanford at #11 Oregon Pac-12 Network
6:00 PM #7 West Virginia at Kansas State ESPN2
6:00 PM Houston at SMU ESPNU
6:00 PM Fresno State at Nevada CBS Sports Network
8:00 PM Utah at Washington Pac-12 Network
8:00 PM #6 Baylor at TCU ESPNU
8:00 PM Wyoming at New Mexico CBS Sports Network
8:15 PM Miami at #18 Duke ESPN
8:30 PM LSU at Arkansas SEC NETWORK
10:00 PM Long Beach State at Cal Poly ESPNU

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