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NCAA Tournament Elite Eight TV Schedule, And Other Local Sports On Sunday

Sunday is a big day in Washington D.C. sports. Most notably, VCU looks to shock the world and advance to the Final Four by defeating No. 1 seed Kansas in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. Here is Sunday's complete D.C.-area sports television schedule:

VCU vs. Kansas, NCAA Tournament Elite Eight: When George Mason shocked the world and went to the 2006 Final Four, it defeated a No. 6 seed, a No. 3 seed and a No. 1 seed along the way. Shaka Smart's VCU team has defeated a No. 6 seed and a No. 3 seed already. Can it also shock the world and defeat the lone No. 1 seed left in the NCAA Tournament? (2 p.m., CBS)

Georgetown vs. UConn, Women's NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Fresh off a blowout win over No. 4 seed Maryland, the Hoyas look to somehow take down overall No. 1 seed and defending champion UConn. The Hoyas lost by 10 and 16 in their two previous games against the Huskies, so they will need to pick it up. (Noon, ESPN and

Washington Wizards vs. Golden State Warriors: Al Thornton faces his former team for the first and only time since the Wizards bought out his contract last March. Will this be a chance for him to get his revenge? (9 p.m., Comcast SportsNet)

Other non-local action below the jump:

Kentucky vs. North Carolina, NCAA Tournament Elite Eight: Can Wizards draft hopeful Harrison Barnes carry the Tar Heels past a young, but talented Kentucky squad? (4:30 p.m., CBS)

Arnold Palmer Invitational: Tiger Woods is 10 shots behind the leader, so he will not win. (2:30 p.m., NBC)

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Portland Trail Blazers: A key showdown to determine playoff positioning in the Western Conference. (8 p.m., ESPN)

Dallas Mavericks vs. Phoenix Suns: When Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki play each other, it is always fun. (10:30 p.m., ESPN)