Today's A Good Day To Be Unproductive

We, of course, will be quite productive today, because we work in sports (poor us). But you, dear reader with a real job, should focus on doing nothing today but watching college basketball. Because this is one of the best days of weekday afternoon sports all year.

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To wit, here are the (best) conference tournament games tipping off before close of business today:

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NOON: Georgetown-Syracuse (ESPN); BC-UVA (RAYCOM); Texas Tech-Kansas (ESPN2)

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2PM: Marquette-Villanova (ESPN); Miami-Wake (RAYCOM); Michigan-Iowa (ESPN2)

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3PM: LSU-Tennessee (SEC Network); Nebraska-Texas A&M (Big 12 Network)

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All of the above are also available on ESPN360.com, assuming you have one of the approved service providers and your office doesn't block you from time-wasting sites.

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And if you're lucky enough to live on the west coast, this list expands to the 7PM tip-offs, which ushers in another group of awesomeness, highlighted by Notre Dame-Pitt and OK State-K State.

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For all of your conference tourney needs, check out SB Nation's full coverage here, plus our Bracketology and Bubble Watch storystreams, both updated daily leading up to Sunday.

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