Australian Open 2018

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Australian Open 2018

Australian Open 2018

Play begins at 7 p.m. ET on Monday evening, which is bright and early on Tuesday in Melbourne. Play will run through the evening in the United States, ending at 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning. The Tennis Channel will have coverage from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., when ESPN 2 will pick it up and run through the end of play.

WatchESPN will have live streaming of all courts throughout the night.

Garbine Muguruza, the third-seed woman, will be against Jessika Ponchet. No. 6 Karolina Pliskova, No. 8 Caroline Garcia and No. 9 Johanna Konta are all top-10-seeded women who will be in action on Day 2. Veronica Cepede Royg, Carina Witthoeft and Madison Brengle will be their opponents, respectively.

On the men’s side, No 4 Alexander Zverev, No. 5 Dominic Thiem, No. 7 David Goffin and No. 9 Stan Wawrinka will all be playing. Their opponents are Thomas Fabbiano, Guido Pella, Matthias Bachringer and Ricardas Berankis, respectively. There are a slew of other seeded players in both brackets playing on the day.

You can find results, scores and schedules for the women’s singles bracket at the Australian Open right here. Results for the men’s side can be found here.

NAACP Image Awards 2018

The 49th NAACP Image Awards 2018 Live Stream Online, presented by the NAACP, will honor outstanding representations and achievements of people of color in motion pictures, television, music and literature during the 2017 calendar year.

NAACP Image Awards 2018 Live

NAACP Image Awards 2018 Live

Winners of the 47 non-televised categories at the 49th annual NAACP Image Awards celebrating achievements in film, television, music and literature were announced during a gala dinner on Jan. 14 at the Pasadena Conference Center, which was hosted by “The Real” panelists Adrienne HoughtonLoni LoveJeannie Mai and Tamera Mowry-Housley.

Get Out” writer/director Jordan Peele picked up two prizes for his script and helming of this social satire, which is almost certain to win Best Picture at Monday’s ceremony. (See the full list of NAACP Image Awards winners.)

Idris Elba won both on both the TV and film side for his leading role in the telefilm “Guerilla” and his supporting one in the comic book movie “Thor: Ragnorak.” Likewise for Tiffany Haddish, who picked up the supporting actress award for her scene-stealing role in the movie “Girl Trip” and the voice-over prize for her work on Comedy Central’s “Legends of Chamberlain Heights.”

Bruno Mars claimed a leading three of the music awards: Male Artist and both Traditional Song and Music Video for “That’s What I Like.” Kendrick Lamar won both Album of the Year (“DAMN”) and Song of the Year – Contemporary (“HUMBLE”).

The remaining nine categories and Entertainer of the Year will be revealed during the two-hour TV One telecast on Jan. 15 at 9:00 p.m. to be hosted by Anthony Anderson. He has won the Best TV Comedy Actor award for the past three years running and is a strong contender again this year after wins for the show’s supporting player Marsai Martin and director Anton Cropper.

The winners in the non-televised categories of the 49th NAACP Image Awards were announced Sunday night, with Tiffany Haddish and Idris Elba among those taking home awards.

Elba won for best actor in a television movie or miniseries for Showtime’s “Guerrilla” as well as for supporting actor in a motion picture for “Thor: Ragnarok.” Queen Latifa won for best actress in a television series or movie for Lifetime’s “Flint.” Haddish won for best supporting actress in a movie for “Girls Trip.”

Winners were announced in 47 categories Sunday night. The remaining nine Image Award winners will be revealed in a live broadcast on TV One Jan. 15.

Eagles vS. Falcons

Atlanta Falcons vs Philadelphia Eagles Live Stream Online,The Atlanta Falcons are newbies to this playoff stuff. The Philadelphia Eagles hope to erase a bad memory from their playoff run last season. The Rams hope to continue their magical season by ending the Falcons hopes of returning to the Super Bowl when they host Atlanta in a Wild Card playoff game on Saturday (1:05 p.m. PT/ KGW-8, NBC). How to Watch


Time: Sunday, January 7, 4:40 p.m. ET

TV channel: CBS

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The defending NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles will face the upstart Atlanta Falcons in an NFC wild-card matchup Saturday at 8:15 p.m. ET on NBC.

Atlanta got hot in the second half of the regular season, winning six out of eight games to hold off the Seattle Seahawks and obtain the NFC’s final playoff spot.

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After finishing 4-12 in 2016, Los Angeles thrived in 2017 under new head coach Sean McVay. The Rams improved to 11-5 and won the NFC West by two games.

Per OddsShark, the third-seeded Rams are 5.5-point favorites over the sixth-seeded Falcons in a game with a 48-point over/under total.

The NFL playoffs are back in Los Angeles, and the L.A. Memorial Coliseum will play host for the first time since January 7, 1979, a span of nearly 40 years.

The young upstart Rams, fresh off one of the greatest single season turnarounds in sports history, will play the reigning NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles, in an NFC Wild Card match up on Saturday night.

The Saints are led by the youngest head coach in NFL history to take his team to the playoffs in 31-year-old Sean McVay, and will be guided by a 23-year-old sophomore quarterback in Jared Goff.

So to say that the Rams are inexperienced is an understatement to say the least.

“I don’t think it is a concern,” McVay said at practice during the week. “When I say that, I have a whole lot of respect for experience and what that does and the value that it provides. But I do think that we’ve got a confident group, a mature group for a young football team.”

On the other side of the ball is the experienced and veteran-laden Falcons. One year removed from arguably the greatest collapse in Super Bowl history.

Philadelphia has had their share of ups and downs in 2018. After losing their offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan to the San Francisco 49ers, and their quarterbacks coach, Matt LaFleur to the Rams, the Falcons had to replace a lot of coaches on the staff this season.

One of those coaches is new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian who fans in Hollywood know well from his troubled days as the head coach of the USC Trojans before he was fired for showing up to a practice drunk and disorderly.

Sarkisian struggled early in the season and the Falcons offense suffered. However, Atlanta has won four of their last six games, including victories over the Saints and Panthers, to playoff teams out of the NFC South.

The Falcons are led by reigning NFL Wild Card Playoffs, who is more than ready to shed the demons from a 28-3 disintegration that occurred in front of the world on national television.

“I love the resiliency and the toughness of this team,” Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said. “When you’ve been through some of the fire together, you come out the other side stronger as a brotherhood.”

The first step in the Falcons journey of a redemption trip back to the NFL Wild Card Playoffs begins in Los Angeles, where the Rams franchise will be playing in it’s first prime-time game of the season, and their first playoff game in Southern California since 1986 when they shutout the Dallas Cowboys, 20-0 at Anaheim Stadium.

The Panthers expect a packed house within the friendly confines of the Coliseum as they reportedly have sold over 70,000 tickets for the game (the Coliseum’s capacity is over 90,000, but they lowered the capacity in order to improve the overall fan experience).

“It’s definitely a cool thing,” Goff said. “After football has been gone here for so long and we came back year two and being able to bring a playoff game to the Coliseum is very cool.”

Celebrities across Tinseltown are expected to come out to the game, which should feature a star-studded atmosphere as the Rams look to advance to the second round of the NFC Playoffs in a rematch from earlier in the season with the Falcons Eagles