- The Washington Times - Thursday, April 7, 2011

The Wizards don’t have anything left to play for, but the Celtics certainly do. We’ll see how motivated the C’s are on the second night of a back-to-back after Thursday’s showdown of Eastern Conference elites in Chicago - this might be the Wizards’ chance to catch them dragging and pick up a surprising victory at the Garden (CSN, 7:30 p.m.).


After drilling the Panthers at Verizon Center on Wednesday night, the Caps get another crack at Florida in their final regular-season game (CSN, 7 p.m.). Depending on whether they clinch the top seed before the puck drops, the Caps might rest some regulars. If all else fails, flip over and check out Tom Gorzelanny’s first start of the year for the Nats against the Mets (MASN, 7 p.m.).


The final round of the Masters is tough to beat when it comes to drama many years, and who knows what this weekend’s finish will hold. It might not come down to the dream duel of Phil vs. Tiger heading to the final green, but you can bet the greens, fairways and even the rough will be a sight to behold. Sunday at the Masters is always special. (CBS, 2 p.m.)

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