Found March 23, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Our nightly look ahead to the schedule with a couple of notes and story lines so you can plan out your NBA viewing.  All Times Eastern. Fire up the League Pass 8:30  Dallas Mavericks @ San Antonio Spurs (NBALP) So this should be another thrilling chapter in the Spurs-Mavs rivalry. With San Antonio down in the season-series to Dallas, winning tonight in San Antonio will not only even things up but send a message to Dallas that the Spurs reign supreme in Texas. However, San Antonio will have to play without the services of all-star point guard Tony Parker (hamstring). As for the Mavs, taking the season-series from the Spurs will give them comfort that they can beat the men in black should these two teams meet in the Western Conference playoffs. For a complete preview, check out Project Spurs. 8:00  Boston Celtics @ Philadelphia 76ers (ESPN)  This should be a great game between two Eastern Conference powers. Boston is hanging on to the seventh seed in the East while Philly is ...
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