NBA Basketball

(7-9:30 p.m., CSN) - The improving Sixers play host to the struggling Sacramento Kings. Philly native and former Sixer John Salmons now plays for the Kings and is having the most productive season of his career.

It's a Wonderful Life

(8-11 p.m., NBC10) - Director Frank Capra's sentimental holiday classic stars James Stewart as George Bailey, a small-town man who falls into a suicidal funk when he thinks he's failed those who count on him most. His guardian angel comes along just in time to show him what life for the people in his town would be like without him.

2007 World Magic Awards

(8-10 p.m., MNT17) - Couldn't a really determined wannabe winner just make the competition disappear? The best illusionists out there are honored in this new awards special. Among those scheduled to appear on the telecast are Penn & Teller, Rick Thomas, Lance Burton, Mac King and Hans Klok. Pamela Anderson makes a special appearance. Roger Moore, who's not a magician but did some pretty neat stunts during his years playing James Bond, hosts.


(9-10 p.m., CBS3) - In this new episode, Josef (Jason Dohring) becomes an assassination target thanks to a dying man's vendetta against him. While trying to track down the would-be killer, Mick (Alex O'Loughlin) learns a secret Josef has been keeping from him for decades . . . and the truth behind his bias against Mick and Beth's (Sophia Myles) relationship.

Women's Murder Club

(9-10 p.m., 6ABC) -

Lindsay (Angie Harmon) tries to solve a triple murder on a subway train, and Cindy (Aubrey Dollar) tries to uncover some evidence on her own. The women's personal lives get interesting, as Lindsay runs into her ex's fiancee, Jill (Laura Harris) gets ready to move in with her guy, and Claire (Paula Newsome) helps her husband with his recovery in "Train in Vain."