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THE WEEK IN TELEVISION
November 18, 2002
NOVEMBER 15-21
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November 18, 2002

The Week In Television

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NOVEMBER 15-21

SATURDAY 11/16
ESPN CLASSIC NOON
Classic Wide World of Sports
The thrill of cliff-diving championships, the agony of horse racing on ice—or vice versa, depending on what rocks your world.

SUNDAY 11/17
ESPN2 2 AM
ATP Tennis Masters Cup, Singles Final
The men's tennis season comes to an end in Shanghai. Can top-seeded Lleyton Hewitt defend his title in an eight-man field?

SUNDAY 11/17
NBC 12:30 PM
NASCAR Ford 400
Tony Stewart tries to hold off Mark Martin and win his first Winston Cup Series title as the season concludes at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

SUNDAY 11/17
ESPN 8:30 PM
Patriots at Raiders
Raiders fans are still seething about that overturned call of what they're sure was a fumble by Pats quarterback Tom Brady in last year's divisional playoffs.

THURSDAY 11/21
ESPN 7:30 PM
Pittsburgh at No. 1 Miami
Be careful, Hurricanes: The Panthers have already knocked off one undefeated team ( Virginia Tech) this season.

THURSDAY 11/21
TNT 7:30 PM
Rockets at Mavericks
One matchup alone makes this must-see television: 7'5" Yao Ming versus 7'6" Shawn Bradley. Never has so much height promised so little scoring.

DON'T MISS
THURSDAY 11/21
NBC 12:30 AM
Late Night with Conan O'Brien
Now this should bean animated show. Serena Williams (far right) heads a guest list including Nancy Cartwright, Dan Castellaneta and Harry Shearer, the voices of The Simpsons characters Bart, Homer and Mr. Burns, respectively.

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