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Today on KSR: NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, MLS, UFC, and more

Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Fans waited patiently for the return of sports, and today, they’ll be rewarded with a full day of events to make up for it.

Starting around lunchtime, there will be NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, MLS, and UFC events, among others, to watch until the time you go to bed this evening. Between ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+, Fox, CBS, NBC, NBC Sports Network, FS1, and the GOLF Channel, there will almost always be something on your television screens, no matter what sports channel you flip to throughout the day.

Here is a quick rundown of the entire schedule of sporting events scheduled for today:

Golf TIME ET TV
PGA: FedEx St. Jude Invitational 12:00pm GOLF
Champions: Ally Challenge 2:00pm GOLF
PGA: WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational 2:00pm CBS
LPGA: Drive On Championship 4:30pm GOLF
PGA: Barracuda Championship 7:00pm GOLF
MLB TIME ET TV
Philadelphia at Toronto 3:07pm
Cincinnati at Detroit 6:10pm FS1
Philadelphia at Toronto 6:37pm
Chi. White Sox at Kansas City 7:05pm
Houston at LA Angels 7:07pm FOX
Boston at NY Yankees 7:07pm FOX
NY Mets at Atlanta 7:10pm FOX
St. Louis at Milwaukee 7:10pm
Cleveland at Minneosta 7:10pm
Tampa Bay at Baltimore 7:10pm
LA Dodgers at Arizona 7:35pm
Pittsburgh at Chi. Cubs 8:10pm
San Diego at Colorado 8:10pm ESPN2
Pittsburgh at Chi. Cubs 8:15pm
Texas at San Francisco 9:10pm
Oakland at Seattle 9:10pm
Motor Sports TIME ET TV
Xfinity: U.S. Cellular 250 2:00pm CNBC
NBA TIME ET TV
Miami vs Denver 1:00pm ESPN
Utah vs Oklahoma City 3:30pm ESPN
New Orleans vs LA Clippers 6:00pm ESPN
Philadelphia vs Indiana 7:00pm
LA Lakers vs Toronto 8:30pm ESPN
NHL TIME ET TV
East Qualifying: NY Rangers vs Carolina – Game 1 12:00pm NBCSN
West Qualifying: Chicago vs Edmonton – Game 1 3:00pm NBC
East Qualifying: Florida vs NY Islanders – Game 1 4:00pm NBCSN
East Qualifying: Montreal vs Pittsburgh – Game 1 8:00pm NBC
West Qualifying: Winnipeg vs Calgary – Game 1 10:30pm NBCSN
MLS (Quarterfinals) TIME ET TV
San Jose Earthquakes vs. Minnesota United FC 8:00pm ESPN2
New York City FC vs. Portland Timbers 10:30pm FS1
UFC Fight Night (Main Card) TIME ET TV
Kevin Holland vs. Trevin Giles 9:00pm ESPN+
Ed Herman vs. Gerald Meerschaert ESPN+
Lando Vannata vs. Bobby Green ESPN+
(11) Vicente Luque vs. Randy Brown ESPN+
(3) Joanne Calderwood vs. (6) Jennifer Maia ESPN+
(8) Derek Brunson vs. (9) Edmen Shahbazyan ESPN+

Isn’t it beautiful?

While you trip over yourself to get on the couch in front of your television, let’s run through some of the other news in the world of UK Athletics and beyond, shall we

De’Aaron Fox sets career-high (among other BBNBA notes)

On day two of the NBA restart down in Orlando, former Kentucky star De’Aaron Fox stole the show, putting up a career-high 39 points on 17-33 shooting to go with six assists, three rebounds, one steal and one block in a 120-129 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.

Check out the highlights from the most dominant performance of his career:

On the Spurs, Keldon Johnson registered 30 minutes in the win, putting up eight points on 3-7 shooting and 2-4 from three to go with six rebounds, two assists, and a steal.

Elsewhere throughout the league, Devin Booker continued to shine, finishing with 27 points, five rebounds, four assists, and a steal in the Phoenix Suns’ 125-112 win over the Washington Wizards.

To round out former Wildcats, Enes Kanter put up just two points on 1-2 shooting to go with three rebounds and a steal in the Boston Celtics’ 112-119 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. He played just 11 minutes.

Trey Lyles (San Antonio Spurs), Wenyen Gabriel (Portland Trail Blazers), Michael Kidd-Gilchrist (Dallas Mavericks) did not register a minute for their respective teams.

As for today, Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat), Tyler Herro (Miami Heat), Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets), Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (OKC Thunder), Hamidou Diallo (OKC Thunder), and Nerlens Noel (OKC Thunder) will all make their NBA restart debuts down in the bubble, with Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers) and Patrick Patterson (Los Angeles Clippers) set to return to the floor, as well.

Kentucky basketball players head home

While NBA players continue to navigate their way through the bubble, the Kentucky basketball team is taking a temporary break from their own on campus.

Sources tell KSR that the UK basketball players are taking a one-week break from on-campus activities, with the team set to return to Lexington next weekend.

While the team is headed home, several parents confirmed with KSR that the one-week hiatus is “just a break” and not COVID-19 related. Thus far, Kentucky basketball’s on-campus “bubble” has been widely successful, as players have been kept isolated to the Joe Craft Center and the Wildcat Coal Lodge.

As of today, the plan is to bring players back next weekend, with two parents confirming with KSR that the players will be returning on Sunday, August 9th.

Players originally arrived on campus starting June 28, with Isaiah Jackson being the last to arrive on July 19.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

Follow me on Twitter: @JackPilgrimKSR

2 Comments for Today on KSR: NBA, MLB, NHL, PGA, MLS, UFC, and more



  1. JTHinton
    10:12 am August 1, 2020 Permalink

    Two MLS quarterfinals tonight as well!