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This is not for the faint of heart and could be partially responsible for the end of a romantic relationship. Proceed with caution. You have been warned.

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The NBA Draft is on it's way and with it discussions on a number collegiate prospects which you probably haven't watched a ton, if at all. No worries. We have scoured the schedule over the next two weeks (the last two of the regular season before college teams begin conference tournaments) to set you up for success. With this television schedule in hand you will be able to watch every draft prospect we have already discussed. Want to have an informed opinion on who the New Orleans Pelicans should draft to go beside Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday? Let your own eyes assist in your decision!

First, let's hit you with a tailored plan to get each and every prospect on your television between now and Saturday March 5th. Good news, Mondays and Fridays are off with no Pelicans or collegiate games of note scheduled. Spend time with your family or friends. Go out on a date. Catch up on Daredevil Season One in time for Season Two! Good? Let's get down to work.

Tuesday, February 23 Wednesday, February 24 Thursday, February 25 Saturday, February 27 Sunday, February 28
Pelicans-Wizards (FSNO @ 6PM) Buddy Hield (ESPNU 8PM) Pelicans (TNT 7PM) Kris Dunn (CBS-SN 3PM) Brandon Ingram (CBS 1PM)
Pelicans-Timberwolves (FSNO 6PM) Jaylen Brown (FS1 7PM)
Tuesday, March 1 Wednesday, March 2 Thursday, March 3 Saturday, March 5
Wade Baldwin (SECN 6PM) Pelicans-Rockets (FSNO 7PM) Pelicans-Spurs (TNT 7PM) Denzel Valentine (ESPN 11AM)
Ben Simmons-Jamal Murray (CBS 1PM)
Pelicans-Jazz (FSNO 6PM)

Not bad, right?

****WARNING****

The Bird Writes takes no responsibility if, by following the above plan, you have a falling out with your family or significant other. Proceed with extreme caution as the next table may be too much.

Here is a more interesting grid with every game each of those eight prospects will play in the next 12 days.

Tuesday, February 23 Wednesday, February 24 Thursday, February 25 Saturday, February 27 Sunday, February 28
Pelicans at Washington Wizards (6PM) Oklahoma City Thunder (7PM) Minnesota Timberwolves (6PM)
Ben Simmons at Arkansas (ESPNU 6PM) Florida (ESPN 7:30PM)
Brandon Ingram Florida State (ESPN 6PM) at Pitt (CBS 1PM)
Kris Dunn at Seton Hall (6PM FS1) DePaul (CBS-SN 3PM)
Jaylen Brown UCLA (ESPN2 8PM) USC (FS1 7PM)
Jamal Murray Alabama (ESPN 6PM at Vandy (CBS 3PM)
Buddy Hield Okla State (ESPNU 8PM) at Texas (CBS 1PM)
Denzel Valentine at Ohio State (ESPN 8PM) Penn State (BTN 11AM)
Wade Baldwin at Florida (SECN 6PM) Kentucky (CBS 3PM)
Tuesday, March 1 Wednesday, March 2 Thursday, March 3 Saturday, March 5
Pelicans at Houston Rockets (7PM) San Antonio Spurs (7PM) Utah Jazz (6PM)
Ben Simmons Missouri (SECN 8PM) at Kentucky (CBS 1PM)
Brandon Ingram Wake Forest (ESPN3 7PM) UNC (ESPN 5:30PM)
Kris Dunn Creighton (CBS-SN 8PM) at St John's (FS1 11:30AM)
Jaylen Brown at Arizona (ESPN3 8PM) at Arizona St (ESPN2 7PM)
Jamal Murray at Florida (ESPN 6PM) LSU (CBS 1PM)
Buddy Hield Baylor (ESPN2 7PM) at TCU (Noon ESPNNews)
Denzel Valentine at Rutgers (BTN 6PM) Ohio State (ESPN 11AM)
Wade Baldwin Tennessee (SECN 6PM) at Texas A&M (ESPN2 11AM)