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Sports TV Schedule 11/2: Hawks-Cavaliers, World Series Of Poker, 30 For 30, Sad College Football

Your Atlanta sports TV schedule. All times EST.

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Basketball

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Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, 7, SportSouth: The Hawks look to remain one of the NBA's three undefeated teams, traveling to visit the 1-2 Cavs. Blah blah something about LeBron James. The Cavs lost by 20 to the Chris Boshless Toronto Raptors, if that tells you anything. As depressing as this is, this is your GAME OF THE DAY!

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Football

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Middle Tennessee St. Blue Raiders vs. Arkansas St. Red Wolves, 7, ESPN2: If you're watching this game, you have a problem. Your problem is that college football is over halfway done, which makes you sad. I have the same problem, and am offering my fingers and toes at your disposal for tracking MTSU QB Dwight Dasher's interceptions.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals replay, 8, NFL Network: We'll only have so many more chances to enjoy the most dominant football team since the 1956 Oklahoma Sooners before the federal government steps in to execute antitrust legislation, preventing the Bucs from securing their ninth straight Super Bowl championship. 2019 sounds pretty far away, but watching the Bucs play is like watching your children grow up; every moment is sparkling with life yet haunting in its fleetingness. Treasure Raheem Morris' men of glory while you still can.

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General

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30 for 30: Marion Jones Press Pause, 8, ESPN: John Singleton, director of Boyz n the Hood, takes on the story of disgraced former Olympic track star Marion Jones, who forfeited five medals won at the 2000 Summer Olympics after admitting steroid use. She's currently a guard for the WNBA's Tulsa Shock.

Poker

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2010 World Series of Poker Main Event, 9, ESPN: The World Series of Poker is either the daylight savings time of televised entertainment or the Shark Week of sporting events or the NBA Playoffs of cards or the exact equivalent of the Oregon Ducks scoring a touchdown. It's always happening or about to happen, and it never seems to happen at specifically the same time every year or month or whatever period it follows, if it actually follows one. Tonight's showing is called the Main Event, so it's probably as big a to-do as we'll see until the next Main Event.

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.