If you’re anything like us, you may be wondering how you’re going to fill that sports-sized void now that most leagues are either cancelled or postponed. Hopefully live sports are back in no time, but in the meantime, Sling TV is putting together a list of what to watch in the sports world. Check back here every Friday for an updated list.
You can find everything from your “Sports” tab in the app. The “On Now” ribbon has everything new and live in the world of sports. Scroll down for ribbons organized by sport, where you’ll find great documentaries and On Demand games and events from the past year. Here is some of the things you can look forward to this week.
The World Wide Leader has you covered with continuing news coverage on how COVID-19 is affecting the sports world. To get back some normalcy, ESPN has in-depth coverage of how Free Agency is changing the landscape of the NFL. We took a closer look at Tom Brady’s decision to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers here. Is this Michael Jordan signing with the Wizards all over again?
Besides news coverage, ESPN is doing some themed days throughout the week. Here is a preview:
If you want more baseball, you’ll have to turn to some comedy. IFC’s loveably dysfunctional sportscaster Brockmire is back in the booth for his final season. Catch up on demand and tune-in Wednesdays at 10pm ET for new episodes. You can check out our review of season 4 here.
If you love sports, all that’s going on these days is NFL Free Agency. For wall-to-wall coverage, tune into NFL Free Agency Frenzy and NFL Mock Draft shows on the NFL Network. Although there will be no fans in attendance to boo their team’s picks, this year’s NFL Draft is still scheduled for April 23-25.
MLB Network, NBATV and NHL Network are playing classic games. Relive your favorite memories and watch exclusive in-depth documentaries.
Tune in here every Friday for the latest developments in the world of sports television. The best thing about sports is people of all walks of life coming together. Since we can’t do that right now, let’s congregate around the TV. In the end, we’re all on the same team.