Show rundown for 6/3/2006Play
Lord Stanley's Cup
The NHL playoffs are nearing an end, and the booty is for Carolina or Edmonton's taking. NHL expert Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times joins us on the line to discuss the hunt for that other Cup.
Westhead Not Slowing Down
The Phoenix Suns are currently battling for a spot in the NBA finals, but may soon have to contend for bragging rights against their female counterparts--the Mercury. Coach Paul Westhead brings his fast-pace to the women's game. Steve Goldstein of WJZZ Phoenix reports.
A Cycle of Rumors
Yes he did! No he didn't! Jeremy Whittle, who covers cycling for the Times of London joins us to clear the fog surrounding Lance Armstrong and his doping allegations.
Wait 'til You See Her Play Tennis!
Meri Ruhotina plays the violin and the guitar, she likes skiing, and will study at Cornell. Oh yeah, she's not bad at tennis either. A senior at Burlington High School in Massachusets, the Croatian native hasn't lost a match in three years. Bill Littlefield reports.
Karen and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the newest Argonaut, complaining Keepers, and a Brockton Rocket?
"Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball's Last Hero"
Roberto Clemente once said "If you have a chance to help others and fail to do so you are wasting your time on this earth." David Maraniss's book "Clemente" captures Clemente's beauty and skill on the diamond and his heroism off it. Maraniss joins us on the line.
This program aired on June 3, 2006.