Friday, June 15, 2007

The Fastest 90 Minutes in Sports

Worst. Finals. Ever. The NBA is a mess. First came the fiasco that was called the All-Star game, then teams were tanking games late in the regular season in an effort to get into the draft lottery. Finally, the Spurs and Cavaliers put on a four-game snoozefest, with the first team to 80 declared the winner. OK, maybe it wasn't that bad, but our friend Tim Griffin of the San Antonio Express-News, who has been covering the finals, will be along to explain what this means for the future of the league. He will join us on "Sports Overnight America" around 11:30 (Pacific) Friday night.

Just after the midnight hour on the West Coast, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times will be our guest. He is the Angels beat writer and has been covering the team for the past 11 seasons. We will talk all things baseball until 1 a.m.

The show can be heard over the Internet at, over the American Forces Network, the Cable Radio Network or one of the Sports Byline affiliates. Please join in the conversation by calling 800-878-7529.

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