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Still, expect biggest rating for NBA 2K18 MT the Australian Open women's final since it moved to 3:30 a.m. ET in 2009. Prediction: 0.6.Australian Open men's final: Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal (3 a.m. Sunday, ESPN). Also for an unexpected ninth time, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet in the final of a major. Once the biggest rivalry in tennis, Federer-Nadal moved the needle like nothing else in men's tennis.

The last time they met in the Australian Open final, their five-set thriller in 2009 had a 0.8 rating — quite strong for the 3 AM window. Expect comparable numbers this time around. Prediction: 0.7.NBA regular season: Clippers-Warriors (8 p.m. Saturday, ABC). Just as LeBron James wrested last year's NBA title away from the Warriors, Golden State has taken James' mantle as the biggest television draw in the NBA.

Even against a hobbled Clippers team, ratings should comfortably top last year's comparable game between James' Cavaliers and the Spurs (2.1). Prediction: 2.6.NBA regular season: Thunder-Cavaliers (3:30 p.m. Sunday, ABC). The Cavaliers' recent struggles add a little intrigue to their game against the Thunder Sunday, not that a matchup featuring Russell Westbrook against LeBron James needed any. Look for ratings to surpass last year's moderately low bar of 1.9 for Bulls-Clippers. Prediction: 2.2.PGA Tour from Torrey Pines, final round (3 p.m. Sunday, CBS).

Tiger Woods is back playing PGA Tour-level golf, though CBS is probably not counting on him to make the cut. Luckily, the network does not quite need the Tiger effect this week – last year's rain-soaked Sunday coverage set a low enough bar (1.5) that this week's action should do better by default. Prediction: 1.9.NHL All-Star Game (3 p.m. Sunday, NBC).

The last time the NHL All-Star Game aired on a broadcast network, it had a 1.8 rating on ABC in 2004. This year's game is unlikely to do as well in its return to free TV, but it goes without saying the numbers will easily top last year's 0.9 on NBCSN. Prediction: 1.2.Paulsen is the founder of Sports Media Watch and a contributor for Sporting News. Follow him on Twitter @Paulsen_SMW . Dez Bryant: Cowboys were only team that 'had a shot' at Falcons | NFL | Sporting News.

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant may have inadvertently given his pick for Super Bowl 51 between the Falcons and Patriots.Bryant, whose Cowboys team lost to the Packers in the NFC divisional round on Jan. 15, thinks Dallas is the only team that could have beaten the Falcons during the NFL playoffs.MORE: Super Bowl 51 breakdown, comparison"I'm not being biased because I play for the Cowboys.

Bryant told the Dallas News on Thursday, "but I think we're the only team that had a shot to beat the Falcons."Dallas never got the opportunity, falling 34-31 the week prior, at home, to Green NBA Live Mobile Coins Bay. The Packers in turn lost on the road at Atlanta, 44-21.Perhaps Bryant and the Cowboys could have given Matt Ryan and the.

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