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NBA Conference Finals with Dan LeBatard

There have been more than a few great games in this year's NBA playoffs. But, will the Finals offer fans a match-up they want to see or one that will bore them to tears? Bill Littlefield talks to the Miami Herald's Dan LeBatard.

Paul Shirley

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Phoenix Suns forward Paul Shirley averaged a heady 1.3 points and 2/10ths of a rebound in nine regular season games this season. He has yet to unglue himself from the bench in the 2005 playoffs, yet the Suns 12th man still manages to lead the league...in blogs. From Phoenix, KJZZ's Steve Goldstein reports.

Chico Carrasquel

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Venezuelan baseballer Chico Carrasquel died this week. Bill Littlefield offers a remembrance.

Show me the Soccer

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Swimsuit models suffer the ire of soccer fans in England.

Janet Guthrie

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Tomorrow in Indianapolis, a score and more of gentlemen and one lady will start their engines. Then each of them will try to drive 500 miles more quickly than anybody else on the track can do it. The woman in the ensuing 200 mile an hour, constantly shifting traffic jam will be Danica (DANN-ih-cah) Patrick, who qualified fourth. She will be following in the tire tracks of Janet Guthrie, the first woman ever to drive in the Indy 500. Janet Guthrie is the author of a new book about her experienced entitled Janet Guthrie: A Life at Full Throttle.

Guitar, Anyone?

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No American men remain at the French Open, unless you include a 33 year old coach named Raj Chaudhuri (CHOE-doo-ree). As Rob Rand reports, the Californian is already looking forward to the day when he'll trade his tennis racket for a career in the music racket.

NBA Playoffs and More with Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the weeks sports news.

Roller Derby Divas

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These rogue skaters endorse speed, chaos and the odd fist fight.

This program aired on May 28, 2005.

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