The Seattle Seahawks have been especially tough on the road this year with an 8-1 record that includes last weekend’s 17-9 win at Philadelphia in the wildcard round. But the Seahawks have not had much luck at Lambeau Field where they have lost eight straight to the Packers. Peter Carroll’s team will see if it can break through today as the Seahawks and Packers wrap up the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Kick off is 6:40 p.m. EST at Lambeau Field. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NFL schedule, click HERE.

Already facing the loss of Kawhi Leonard to free agency, the Toronto Raptors (25-13) have also had to deal with a rash of injuries recently to key players Pascal Siakam, Norman Powell and Free VanVleet. Nick Nurse’s shorthanded unit will try to slow down the San Antonio Spurs (16-21) and former Raptors star DeMar DeRozan, who is averaging 27.2 points over his last 10 games. Tip off is 6:00 p.m. EST at Scotiabank Arena. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NBA schedule, click HERE.

On the college hardwood, the Wichita State Shockers (14-1) have won seven straight road games, the second longest streak behind Gonzaga’s 14 straight. Gregg Marshall’s team will try to avoid a slip today at UConn (10-5) where they lost to the Huskies by 20 points last year.  Tip off is 12:00 p.m. EST at XL Center. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NCAA Basketball schedule, click HERE.

And the Nashville Predators (20-16-7) showed improvement in handing new coach John Hynes his first victory in a 5-2 win over Chicago on Friday. Hynes and the Preds will try to make it two straight this afternoon as they travel to Winnipeg to face the Jets (24-17-4). Face off is 2:00 p.m. EST at Bell MTS Place. To get Dunkel’s pick for this game and the full NHL slate, click HERE.

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