NASCAR Sprint Cup race today Sonoma 350 time TV channel live stream

The NASCAR Sprint Cup race schedule heads to Sonoma today for the Save Mart 350 which comes at a time when the standings are beginning to tighten up. Defending Chase for the Cup winner Kevin Harvick has been dominant thus far in the 2015 season, but second place driver Martin Truex Jr is now within just fifteen points and threatens to steal away the lead. Today’s race has an afternoon start time and airs on a surprising TV channel, along with a live stream online option.

Even as Harvick and Truex battle it out for the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings lead, three drivers are bunched up in a fight for third place. Joey Logano, Dale Earnhardt Jr and Jimmie Johnson are all within fourteen points of each other, creating a secondary level of season long competition. Today’s race comes just before the Fourth of July weekend, and in the eyes of some fans serves as a kickoff for the homestretch of the NASCAR season.

Today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Save Mart 350 race at Sonoma has a start time schedule of 3pm eastern time, noon local pacific time, and airs on TV channel Fox Sports 1 (FS1). The race is also being made available as a live stream online.

NASCAR race today: Xfinity postponed, time TV channel live stream

Today’s NASCAR race heads to Joliet, Illinois for the Owens Corning AttiCat 300 on the Xfinity Series schedule – after having been postponed for a day due to rain. The race comes even as the leaderboard continues to take shape on a Father’s Day weekend in which the Sprint Cup drivers have the weekend off. Chris Buescher leads the pack heading into today’s action, which has an unusual start time and airs on a TV channel which some viewers will have a tricky time finding, but the race is also being made available as a live stream online option.

Busecher has a twenty-five point lead over second place Ty Dillon in the NASCAR Xfinity Series standings heading into today’s race. Chase Elliott, last year’s series champion, is currently in third place, thirty-five points off the pace. Regan Smith and Darrell Wallace Jr round out the top five, while former Sprint Cup driver Elliott Sadler is in sixth place ahead of today’s action. But it’s still early in the 2015 season, and as always, the results could be shaken up by the time the three hundred laps are completed.

Today’s NASCAR Xfinity Series 300 race in Illinois has a rescheduled start time schedule of noon eastern, and due to golf commitments airs on TV channel Fox Sports 1 (FS1). The race is also available as a live stream online.

Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James v. Golden State Warriors in Game 6

The Cleveland Cavaliers attempt to keep their season alive tonight in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, while the Golden State Warriors look to claim the championship. LeBron James has put on a historically dominant performance in the series, but it hasn’t been enough to keep his Cavs from falling behind by a 3-2 margin. Tonight’s game has a late start time for east coast viewers, and airs on a familiar television channel as well as a live stream online option.

Thus far the NBA Finals has been a study in contrasts. LeBron James has been at his best, while his mostly journeyman teammates have turned in performances ranging from inconsistent to irrelevant. NBA MVP Stephen Curry has been unusually erratic in the series, with none of his teammates stepping in to fill the void in any significant manner, with the mere talent gap alone between the two teams largely accounting for the Warriors lead. Cavaliers fans will point to the loss of Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving to injury. However they were largely blaming the former for his lack of production before he got hurt, and the latter had also been inconsistent in the postseason.

None of that will matter if James can single handedly bring his Cavs team back from the current deficit by winning the final two games and bringing a championship to the city of Cleveland, but that would require his superhuman performance level to continue – and perhaps a stellar turn by one or more of his remaining teammates. Meanwhile Curry needs a strong Game 6 performance in order to assure himself of the Finals MVP award if Golden State does win, as there has been buzz among fans and the media that LeBron may be deserving of the honor even if his team loses tonight.

Tonight’s Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Finals Game 6 has a start time schedule of 9pm eastern, 6pm pacific, and airs on TV channel ABC. The game is also available at watchespn.com as a live stream online.