2011 NBA Playoffs TV Schedule: Bulls/Hawks, Lakers/Mavericks

At last, the Bulls begin their second round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, part of a Monday night playoff TV doubleheader. The Cubs and White Sox also take the field tonight.

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6 p.m., ESPN: MLB, Yankees at Tigers. Because the national networks don't show the Yankees enough. (Interesting side note: this will be Curtis Granderson's first game in Detroit since he was traded to the Yankees.)

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6:30 p.m., Versus: NHL playoffs, Bruins at Flyers, game 2.

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7 p.m., TNT: NBA playoffs, Bulls vs. Hawks at the United Center, game 1. The remainder of the playoffs are on national TV, no more local broadcasts. Which means we are stuck with Dick Stockton. You can always hit the mute button.

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7 p.m., WCIU-Ch. 26: MLB, White Sox vs. Orioles at US Cellular Field. The Sox look to avoid getting swept in a four-game series.

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9 p.m., CSN Chicago: MLB, Cubs at Dodgers.

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9:30 p.m., TNT: NBA playoffs, Mavericks at Lakers, game 1.

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