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Chicago Cubs Parade: How to watch, start time, TV channel and online stream

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Chicago Cubs Parade: How to watch, start time, TV channel and online stream

The Chicago Cubs beat the Cleveland Indians to win the World Series on Wednesday, November 2. The victory ended a 108-year championship drought, often referred to as "the curse." 

Two days later, the city of Chicago is hosting a World Series Parade for the Cubs. Here's how to watch:

WHEN IS THE CUBS PARADE IN CHICAGO? 

The World Series parade begins when the Cubs leave Wrigley Field and make their way downtown starting at 10 a.m. CT. The downtown route begins at Michigan Avenue and Oak Street and works its way south to Grant Park. The team is scheduled to arrive in Grant Park in time for a noon celebration rally. 

WHAT TV CHANNEL IS THE CUBS PARADE ON?

CSN Chicago, MLB Network, ESPN's SportsCenter

HOW CAN I WATCH THE CUBS PARADE LIVE STREAM ONLINE? 

Live stream the Chicago Cubs World Series parade starting at 10 a.m. via CSN Chicago. 

CSN CHICAGO COVERAGE OF CUBS WORLD SERIES PARADE:

• Cubs young core delivers a World Series and a blindingly bright future

• Cubs-Indians Game 7 TV ratings draw huge numbers

• Harry Caray calls final out of World Series win

• Cubs grace Sports Illustrated cover after winning World Series

• Eddie Vedder Cubs World Series champs montage

• President Barack Obama congratulates Cubs on World Series championship

• David Ross' movie gets a perfect ending with World champion Cubs

• Theo builds the Cubs into a winner

• Zobrist becomes first Cub to ever win World Series MVP

Delle Donne scores 25, Mystics get 7th straight victory

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Delle Donne scores 25, Mystics get 7th straight victory

Elena Delle Donne scored 25 points, Kristi Toliver added 19 and the Washington Mystics used an 18-2 fourth quarter to beat the Indiana Fever 76-62 on Wednesday night.

Washington (21-11) has won seven straight and is one game behind second-place Atlanta (22-10), with the top two seeds getting double-byes in the playoffs.

Monique Currie scored 14 points for Washington. She made back-to-back 3-pointers to start Washington's 12-2 game-opening run. The Mystics were 5 of 6 from 3-point range in the first quarter and finished 9 of 22.

Delle Donne, Toliver and Currie each scored in double-figures in the first half to help Washington take a 48-41 lead.

Natalie Achonwa led Indiana (5-27) with 15 points. Candice Dupree added eight points and became the ninth player in WNBA history to reach 6,000 points. Dupree needs two points to tie Lauren Jackson (6,007) for eighth on the scoring list. Diana Taurasi leads the pack with 8,506.

Indiana started the second half on a 10-0 run to take its first lead at 49-48.

The Washington Valor are Arena League Champions

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The Washington Valor are Arena League Champions

Washington, D.C. is still the city of champions.

The Washington Valor defeated the Baltimore Brigade 69-55 in a Ted Leonsis owned battle of the beltways.

The Valor, who had gone 2-10 during the regular season, took on the 7-5 Baltimore Brigade as their underdog heading into Saturday's championship match.

Quarterback Arvell Nelson put the Valor on the board first with a touchdown during the second quarter. Nelson had a record-setting game with 223 yards passing and five touchdowns.

This is the Valor's first-ever championship title.