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Programs for ESPN on Thursday, January 23, 2020
9:30 PM
NBA Basketball San Antonio Spurs at New Orleans Pelicans from Smoothie King Center San Antonio has won three of the past four meetings with the Pelicans, including a 113-108 triumph on Feb. 2; New Orleans' Zion Williamson makes his NBA debut.
12:05 AM
SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt (New) Host Scott Van Pelt covers all of the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Host)
1:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
2:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
3:00 AM
SportsCenter (Repeat) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
4:00 AM
NBA Basketball San Antonio Spurs at New Orleans Pelicans from Smoothie King Center San Antonio has won three of the past four meetings with the Pelicans, including a 113-108 triumph on Feb. 2; New Orleans' Zion Williamson makes his NBA debut.
6:00 AM
SportsCenter (Repeat) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
7:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
8:00 AM
Get Up! (New) Adam Schefter and Jay Williams join Mike Greenberg and Jalen Rose to discuss and analyze the latest news from the world of sports on a morning show. Mike Greenberg(Host), Jalen Rose(Host)
10:00 AM
First Take (New) Molly Qerim is the moderator while veteran commentators Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss and deliberate the latest topics in the world of sports. Max Kellerman(Commentator), Stephen A. Smith(Commentator), Molly Qerim (Host)
12:00 PM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
1:30 PM
NFL Live (New) Wendi Nix hosts Louis Riddick and Todd McShay from Orlando ahead of the Pro Bowl for an analysis-driven program focused on Xs and Os and NFL headlines. Adam Schefter(Commentator), Wendi Nix(Host), Suzy Kolber(Host)
3:00 PM
NBA: The Jump (New) Rachel Nichols hosts Tracy McGrady and Richard Jefferson on ESPN's daily NBA discussion featuring the latest news and stories around the association. Rachel Nichols(Host)
4:00 PM
High Noon (New) Sports talk radio host Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com, weigh in on the latest issues in the world of sports, pro Bomani Jones(Host), Pablo S. Torre(Host)
4:30 PM
Highly Questionable (New) Dan Le Batard, a highly acclaimed columnist for the Miami Herald as well as a sports radio talk show host, presents his unique perspective on sports issues. Dan Le Batard(Host)
5:00 PM
Around the Horn (New) Tony Reali hosts Clinton Yates, Israel Gutierrez, Frank Isola, and Bob Ryan to banter about sports stories of the day in a competitive game format. Tony Reali(Host)
5:30 PM
Pardon the Interruption (New) Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon, longtime colleagues and friends, engage in verbal sparring during a fast-paced and wide-ranging discussion about sports. Tony Kornheiser(Host), Mike Wilbon(Host)
6:00 PM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
7:00 PM
Women's College Basketball Tennessee Lady Volunteers vs Connecticut Huskies from XL Center No. 23 Tennessee edged Alabama last time out, 65-63; No. 3 UConn has outscored its opponents by an average of 23.5 ppg, led by Megan Walker's 20.5 per contest.
9:00 PM
2020 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown from The Stadium at ESPN Wide World of Sports (TV-PG) Pro Bowlers from the AFC and NFC compete against each other in team events, including Precision Passing, Best Hands, and Epic Pro Bowl Dodgeball.
10:00 PM
2020 Winter X Games Aspen Over 200 world-class action sports athletes compete for medals and prize money; returning champions include Scotty James, Mark McMorris and Cassie Sharpe.
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