NASCAR: The stars of NASCAR Sprint Cup try to tame another 1.5-mile oval this week in Las Vegas. Kevin Harvick dominated last year’s race, but can he do it again? >>Listen live to Prime Sports NASCAR, Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Las Vegas Motor Speedway this week for the Kobalt 400. Kevin Harvick leads the field as the favorite, but Jimmie Johnson’s win last week in Atlanta put him close on the defending winner’s heels.
UEFA Champions League: The second leg of the Round of 16 gets underway this week. We take a look at which teams have one foot in the quarter finals, which teams might make a turn for the exit, and who the key players will be. By C.J. Radune and Joel Forquer, PrimeSportsNetwork.com
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, golf writer at The Island Packet, preview the WGC Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral’s famed Blue Monster, where the new “Big Three” of Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day appear in the same field for the first time since last September.
Greg DePalma and Jan Levine of RotoWire.com discuss top deals that went down before Monday’s NHL trade deadline, including Eric Staal (right) leaving the Carolina Hurricanes to join brother Mark on the New York Rangers, and how they figure to affect the playoff run.
College Basketball: PSN examines which teams can make NCAA Tournament plans, who can feel confident about their chances and who has work still ahead.
NASCAR: Jimmie Johnson mastered NASCAR’s new rules package and Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday to score back-to-back wins at the track and grab hold of a spot in this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup. By C.J. Radune, PSN motorsports analyst
College Basketball: Key games around the nation this week that will help determine conference champions big and small.
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Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, where Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin tries to build upon his Daytona 500 triumph. Kurt Busch starts on the pole at Atlanta Motor Speedway.