WATCH THE NBA PLAYOFFS: Saturday and Sunday nights will see a continuation of the Conference Finals. The stages change from Detroit and Dallas to hotspots Miami and Phoenix. Both series are 1-1 with all four games played thus far being hotly contested. Game 3 will be huge....as the higher seeds will try to regain homecourt advantage while the lower seeds try not to lose it. Detroit-Miami will be on ESPN. Dallas-Phoenix will be on TNT.
WATCH THE NHL PLAYOFFS: On Saturday night, watch the 8th-seeded Edmonton Oilers try to get to the Stanley Cup finals with a win in Anaheim. Or....watch the Ducks stay in this thing with another win facing elimination [if the Ducks do win, then they will battle in Game 6 on Monday night]. On Sunday, watch the gripping Hurricanes-Sabres series....which is deadlocked at 2-2.....take a huge leap in Raleigh. The loser of that game will have their backs against the wall the rest of the way. Both games are on OLN.
WATCH THE GREAT AMERICAN RACE: I won't, but many people will plop down after chuuuuuuch on Sunday to catch the Indianapolis 500 [ABC]. Most of those eyes will be fixed on Danica Patrick....who is vying to not become the next Anna Kournikova.
WATCH NASCAR TAKE OVER THAT NIGHT: After the Indy race, click on over to FOX and check out the Coca Cola 600 in my hometown, Charlotte. Will Jimmie Johnson's Lowe's car win at Lowe's Motor Speedway again???
WATCH THE BONDS, UH, WATCH: Bonds last hit a home run on Saturday. Maybe he can finally pass the Babe one week later? They play the Rockies in San Fran.
WATCH THE SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP: Um....if you want.