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SVP's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show is driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary and a weekly look back at the moments that drove bettors wild in "Bad Beats." The show also delivers what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced and insightful way.

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