2011 NIT Tournament TV Schedule: Game Times; Bulls, Cubs On TV Today

With the NCAA tournament taking a breather until Thursday night, the NIT takes center stage, especially for Northwestern Wildcats fans -- if you're rooting for NU, pay close attention to the third game of tonight's NIT tripleheader. Northwestern will be playing on Thursday at the winner of that game. Also, the Bulls are back in action tonight, and the Cubs will have another spring training TV appearance.

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3 p.m., MLB Network: Spring training baseball, Cubs vs. Angels at Tempe, Arizona.

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6 p.m., ESPN: NIT tournament basketball, Missouri State at Miami.

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6 p.m., MLB Network: Spring training baseball, Yankees vs. Rays at Port Charlotte, Florida.

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6:30 p.m., Versus: NHL, Penguins at Red Wings. This is a key game for the Blackhawks, who still have a shot at the Central Division title.

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7 p.m., CSN Chicago: NBA, Bulls vs. Kings at the United Center. The Bulls need this win to move back on top of the Eastern Conference standings.

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8 p.m., ESPN: NIT tournament basketball, New Mexico at Alabama.

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10:30 p.m., ESPN: NIT tournament basketball, Oklahoma State at Washington State.

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