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Programs for SPORTSOUTH on Monday, May 25, 2020
11:00 PM
NBA Basketball Atlanta Hawks at San Antonio Spurs from AT&T Center Atlanta snapped a two-game losing streak to San Antonio with a 108-100 victory on Nov. 5, as Trae Young scored 28 of his 29 points in the second half.
1:30 AM
Hawks Live! Post Game The host explores the latest news and reports surrounding the preceding Atlanta Hawks' matchup, including highlights of the top moments. Jerome Jurenovich(Host)
2:00 AM
Power of Sports South Carolina (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
2:30 AM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
3:00 AM
Silver Kings Battle of the Brands (Repeat, TV-G) Captains Rob Fordyce and Bou Bosso compete in tarpon tournaments around the Islamorada, Fla., area and showcase the visual beauty of the island town. Rob Fordyce(Host), Capt. Bou Bosso(Host)
3:30 AM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (Repeat) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
4:00 AM
Fight Sports World Class Championship Boxing Jean Pascal vs Steve Bosse from Place Bell in Quebec (TV-PG) Jean Pascal (33-5-1, 20 KOs) split his last six bouts; Steve Bosse (1-0-0, 1 KO) won his debut over Julio Enrique Cuellar Cabrera on Feb. 15.
6:00 AM
Facing Waves Paddling Qu├ębec Authentique and the Laurentides (Repeat) At popular locations around the globe, the world of paddling is examined and showcased, including athletes facing the challenge of tidal rapids. Ken Whiting(Host)
6:30 AM
P1 Superstock USA Sarasota from Sarasota, Fla. GEICO Racing won the opener at St. Pete Beach to take the early three-point lead over Porta Products, while Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater finished in third.
7:00 AM
P1 AquaX USA Bahamas World Championship The top drivers from all three of the Pro Series divisions compete at the season finale, including Brian Baldwin, Joseph Harvey and Alexandre Barret.
8:00 AM
Women's College Volleyball Houston Cougars at Texas Tech Red Raiders from United Supermarkets Arena Houston (5-7) last lost to Houston Baptist, 3-1; Texas Tech (7-4) has won its past three matches and ranks seventh among all Division I schools with 574 kills.
10:00 AM
College Basketball Atlantic 10 Semifinal 2: Saint Louis Billikens vs Davidson Wildcats from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Saint Louis advance with a 64-55 win over Dayton in quarterfinals; Davidson beat Saint Joseph's, 70-60, as Jon Axel Gudmundsson had 18 points and 11 rebounds.
12:00 PM
Women's College Soccer Texas Longhorns at Oklahoma Sooners from John Crain Field Texas (10-7-0) won last year, 3-2, when Alexa Adams scored her second goal of the game at 89:00; Oklahoma (8-7-3) last lost to No. 13 Oklahoma State, 3-1.
2:00 PM
America's Day at the Races Churchill Downs races 2, 8 and 9 are all $83,000 Allowance Optional Claiming, with the last of those featuring 20 horses, three-years-old and up on turf.
5:30 PM
Power of Sports Boston (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
6:00 PM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (New) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
6:30 PM
Power of Sports Detroit (Repeat) Inspirational stories of people, organizations and communities in sports are featured, showcasing how sports inspire youths and promote social change.
7:00 PM
MLB Baseball Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves from Truist Park Phillies' Nick Pivetta tossed 6.0 scoreless frames on June 2 vs. Los Angeles in his only road outing; Max Fried has won five his past six starts for Atlanta.
10:00 PM
Three Wide Life (Repeat, TV-G) A behind-the-scenes look at the nation's major raceways, focusing on the support crews, drivers and administration staff as well as the hardcore fans. Brittney Cason(Host), Meghan Kolb(Host), Mike Guerity(Host)
10:30 PM
Sports Stars of Tomorrow 2020 (Repeat) The host gives viewers an inside and off the field look at young, up-and-coming high school and college athletes from around the country.
11:00 PM
MLB Baseball Philadelphia Phillies at Atlanta Braves from Truist Park Phillies' Nick Pivetta tossed 6.0 scoreless frames on June 2 vs. Los Angeles in his only road outing; Max Fried has won five his past six starts for Atlanta.
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