In this week’s Bob Long Sports Radio Show, we discussed the NBA Finals extensively, including the impact it will have on LeBron’s career, the impact the victory has for Dirk, the future for both teams, and much more (Start-58:35). Then we discussed the NHL Finals, and previewed Game 6 and the potential Game 7 (1:00:00-1:12:50). We previewed the US Open, which will be held at Congressional Country Club this Thursday (1:12:50-1:26:22). Next, we debated the possibility of realignment in Major League Baseball, which was proposed recently in labor discussions (1:26:22-1:35:51), updated the Bruins vs. Canucks Game 6 (1:37:20-1:41:08) and went over the big stories in the MLB in the past week (1:41:08-1:53:52). We updated the hockey game one more time and talked to a few callers to end the show (1:53:52-Finish).
By Bob Long on June 13, 2011
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