The NBA Finals kick off Tuesday in what is sure to be an instant classic as the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder square off. As the Heat go for their first title in the 'Big three' era, expect the action to be hot, heavy, and loaded. The NHL finals have also turned up the drama as New Jersey has won two games in a row to make the series interesting. Can they continue their possibly epic turnaround? We will see on Wednesday night.
(NHL) New Jersey at Los Angeles 8 pm NBC
(MLB) Boston at Miami 7:10 pm ESPN
(MLB) NY Yankees at Atlanta 7:10 pm MLB Network
(NBA) Miami at Oklahoma City 9 pm abc- The finals everyone wanted is about to begin. It's the battle between the NBA's top two players in Kevin Durant and LeBron James. The Thunder appear to be the deeper, more talented team, but the Heat can throw James out there with Dwyane Wade and a rested Chris Bosh. So in the end, it'll come down to which team has the biggest heart that decides this instant classic.
(MLB) NY Yankees at Atlanta 7 pm ESPN
(NHL) Los Angeles at New Jersey 8 pm NBC *If Needed
(GOLF) The US Open June 14th -17th ESPN/NBC- With a couple tournament wins under his belt this season, many are wondering if Tiger Woods is ready to claim his first major of the year and get back into the chase for the record for most all-time. The general feeling is 'yes,' but only time will tell this story. Tune into ESPN on Thursday and Friday for coverage, with further coverage on NBC over the weekend.
(NBA) Miami at Oklahoma City 9 pm abc
(ARENA) Tampa Bay vs. Orlando 8 pm NFL Network
(NASCAR) NASCAR Nationwide Series at Michigan 3:30 pm abc
(NASCAR) NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Michigan 1 pm TNT
(MLB) NY Yankees at Washington 1:35 pm TBS
(NBA) Oklahoma City at Miami 9 pm abc
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