Monday's TV schedule, complete with channels and times, customized for the Boston sports fan. Click on any team's name for complete schedules, scores, and previews, plus an active community devoted to your team. All times ET.
National Basketball Association
Boston Celtics at Golden State Warriors, 10:30 p.m. ET (TV/Radio: CSNNE, NBATV, WEEI): The Celtics are hoping to bounce back after being demolished by the Los Angeles Clippers on national television Thursday night, but they'll have to do it on the road against the Golden State Warriors, the team with the fourth-best record in the Western Conference and one of the best home crowds in the league. The Warriors are 20-10 and will rely on Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson to try to make up for what Kevin Garnett will try to do to neutralize David Lee, who's having an All-Star-caliber season.
Holy Cross at Boston College, 2 p.m. (Radio: ESPN850): The Boston College basketball team hosts in-state rival Holy Cross this afternoon in what should be a pretty competitive match. The Eagles have been as mediocre as can be this year, and though they've won their last three games, two of them were against St. Francis (N.Y.) and New Hampshire, and they were by a combined 10 points. Add in losses to Bryant, Harvard and College of Charleston, and Holy Cross won't have many better opportunities to knock off an ACC school.
Maine at Quinnipiac, 3 p.m. (TV: NESN): I don't have a whole lot to say about this game. Maine is 4-8, and lost to aforementioned Holy Cross earlier this year, as well as by 29 points to Army. Quinnipiac is 4-6. Since they're at home, they will probably win. Science.
Boston University at Denver, 9 p.m. (Radio: WWZN 1510): No. 6 Boston University is hot right now, but No. 14 Denver is always a tough opponent. This is a game with major NCAA Tournament seeding ramifications.