What's On Television Today: January 13th, 2011

All I can say is: I hope you like non-playoff basketball. If you don't, this would be a great night to sleep early.

Superman
Orlando Magic @ Oklahoma City Thunder -- 7 PM, TNT -- Two teams that have spanked the Rockets' defense in the past week get together to compare notes.
Miami Heat @ Denver Nuggets -- 9:30 PM, TNT -- LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony can compare notes on how to best ruin their reputation and get sent to a superteam.
Virginia Tech Hokies @ North Carolina Tar Heels -- 8 PM, ESPN -- Seth Greenberg will continue his plans to play Malcolm Delaney 40 minutes in every game.

Wonderman
Purdue Boilmakers @ Minnesota Golden Gophers -- 6 PM, ESPN -- Ralph Sampson III will give you Coogs fans the what-for if you don't watch, then injure himself trying to do that.
Providence Friars @ West Virginia Mountaineers -- 6 PM, ESPN2 -- I'd like to go to a Vincent Council. Seems pretty strong and damning, like a steroid hearing.

Aquaman
USC Trojans @ Oregon Ducks -- 9:30 PM, FS Houston -- Sure, Oregon is 0-4 in conference. But at least they've got a national championship in football! Wait, they don't have that either.

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