We'll update the latest scores from the NBA finals.
New Jersey- The State of Champions?
If the New Jersey Nets can somehow win two more games the formerly cursed franchise can claim its first title. This would mean for the first time the NBA champions and the Stanley Cup winners would hail from the same state. Dave D'Allesandro of the Newark Star-Ledger, talks about the emerging championship culture in, of all places, Northern New Jersey.
St Louis Cardinals
The St. Louis Cardinals are contending for a division title in part because of an unlikely source of help from the bullpen. Bill Littlefield visited with Cal Eldred, a pitcher who would be out of the game if it wasn't for religion and a strong arm.
For Love And Hockey
A Mighty Ducks fan takes the biggest plunge.
Open: Inside the Ropes of Bethpage Black
Last year, the U.S. Open Golf Tournament was played on a public golf course in Bethpage, New York. John Feinstein was intrigued enough by that circumstance to write Open: Inside the Ropes at Bethpage Black. We'll talk to Feinstein about his new book.
Tamika and Harvey
Former NBA player Harvey Catchings played 11 years in the NBA for four different teams. But probably his greatest basketball achievement was being the parent of his daughter, Tamika who just happens to be a star forward for the WNBA's Indiana Fever. We'll talk to both of them in our Father's Day tribute.
NHA Finals and more with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the Ducks denied, the six pitcher no-hitter, and the race in which the horse always wins.
Actor and writer Charlie Schroeder muses on his childhood adoration of plus-sized Phillies slugger Greg Luzinski.
This program aired on June 14, 2003.