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Even with so much sports news to cover recently, it's hard to believe that this week, we reintroduce ourselves to the WNBA. Bill talks to Clay Kallam of Full Court Press Magazine. Kallam will tell us what we missed in the first half of the season and what to look for the rest of the way.

Charlotte Sting

It's a city that just lost its NBA team and, as Larry Schooler of member station WFDD in Winston-Salem, North Carolina reports, Charlotte is struggling to keep it's WNBA team as well.

Info Break

Nobody night draws a big crowd.

Baseball Bungling

Bill turns his focus on the sorry, sad mess that has become baseball. It just keeps getting worse. Maybe ESPN's Tim Kurkjian can untangle and put a positive spin on the morass of steroids, high salaries, bankrupt teams and all-star game fiascos.

Six-man Football

Small schools with half the students play football with half the players and have half the fun of normal students, right? Not so. Amy Jo Ehman of the CBC reports six-man high school football, a game that is being played on the international stage...well okay, in Canada.


Baseball shooting itself in the foot again? No worries says Bill, the fans will be back.

Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Allen Iverson in trouble again, the Williams sisters dominate Wimbledon and love puts baseball fan in the pokey.

My Racing Heart

An author recounts and reaffirms her passion for anything that has to do with horse racing and the track. Nan Mooney talks to Bill about her book "My Racing Heart."

This program aired on July 13, 2002.

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