ESPN2 7 PM
NBC 2:30 PM
Verizon Millrose Games
Hitting the boards at Madison Square Garden has a different meaning at the world's oldest indoor invitational track meet. The 60-meter showdown between Olympic gold medalist Maurice Greene and England's Dwain Chambers is a highlight.
Argentina versus U.S. Soccer
U.S. coach Bruce Arena has a 23-man roster comprised entirely of MLS players-including 20-year-olds Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley—for this friendly against the two-time World Cup champs in Miami.
NBC 3 PM
Chicago Rush at Dallas Desperados
NBC's coverage of the Arena Football League comes with less swagger than its ill-fated XFL Xperiment. Still, look for sparks from the combustible mix of studio hosts Michael Irvin, Glenn Parker and Al Trautwig.
MONDAY 2/10 AND TUESDAY 2/11
USA 8 PM
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
Former CBS weatherman Mark McEwen replaces host Joe Garagiola at the 127th show, which hosts 2,603 pooches. We were hoping for Fred (Best in Show) Willard.
FX 1 PM
NASCAR revs its 2003 engines with two 125-mile qualifiers for the Daytona 500. The fields include Winston Cup champ Tony Stewart and recent SNL host Jeff Gordon.
TNT 8:30 PM
NBA All-Star Game
For the first time since 1987 Jazz forward Karl Malone wasn't chosen for the game. He'll miss Yao Ming's debut and Michael Jordan taking his final All-Star bow after 13 appearances that began when he played for East coach K.C. Jones (right) as a Bull in 1985.