7:30pm ET - ESPN - Rutgers @ Louisville - Louisville was supposed to be in the running for a National Championship this season, but now they need a win just to reach .500 and become bowl eligible. For Rutgers, this might be the last time Ray Rice plays for them. The junior could look to jump to the pros after a season that proved he is NFL-ready. Rice has carried the ball a ridiculous 315 times for 1612 yards.
8pm - NFL Network - Packers @ Cowboys - The most important game all year. Hope you get the NFL Network...I do!
8pm - TNT - Knicks @ Celtics - Watch the team that's in the most disarray against the team with the best record in the league. I'm picking the Celtics big three to outscore the entire Knicks team.
9pm - ESPN2 - Oregon @ Kansas State - Freshman Michael Beasley is second in the nation in scoring at 27.2 points per game and 1st in the nation in rebounding with 15.5 per game. That's enough of a reason to watch.
10:30pm - TNT - Nuggets @ Lakers - The Nuggets are the 4th highest scoring team in the NBA and the Lakers are the 5th. Andrew Bynum will be tested by one of the best defensive players in the league, Marcus Camby. Wait, did I just mention defense when talking about these two teams?
Non-sports pick - 9pm - Bravo - Kathy Griffin: Straight To Hell - Ha, come on, no one really likes Kathy Griffin...oh yeah, except one of my co-workers:
But, seriously, just find a way to watch the Packers/Cowboys game.