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Show rundown for 6/30/2001

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Jennifer Capriati

We check in on Jennifer Capriati who is in the middle of one of most surprising and inspiring runs for tennis' Grand Slam in many years. Bill Littlefield also talks to the man responsible for keeping the media horde away from Capriati while she trains at her Florida home.

Memphis Name Game

While the Vancouver Grizzlies ponder their imminent move to Memphis, the citizens of the Blues City try to figure out what to call their new team.

Baseball's Overachievers

Bill Littlefield checks in on this season's most surprising baseball over-achievers with reports from Dylan Blaylock in Seattle, Greg Lamphear in Philadelphia, and Yolanda Perdomo in Chicago.

Atlantic League

Bill Littlefield tells the story of some of the players and coaches that make up the unaffiliated baseball minor league that gives them another chance to dream of making it back to organized baseball and the Major Leagues.

Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: The NBA Draft, the latest in retiring Hall-of-Famers and the folly of the Knight Commission.

ACL Injuries

Only A Game's Karen Given reports on Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries in women. One in ten female college athletes suffers a season ending knee injury each year, but one research group says most of those injuries2 can be prevented.

This program aired on June 30, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.

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