INTERSTATE MULLET TOSS > No, not mullet as in Barry Melrose.
Every spring folks in Pensacola, Fla., have a beach party and
hurl one-pound fish across the Alabama border. -- REAL SPORTS WITH
BRYANT GUMBEL HBO 7 PM > One segment chronicles Bobby Valentine,
who moved back to Japan last fall to skipper the Chiba Lotte
NFL DRAFT ESPN NOON > Who will take a chance on Maurice Clarett?
-- VITALI KLITSCHKO VS. CORRIE SANDERS HBO 9:30 PM > Heavyweight
Klitschko (33-2, 32 KOs) looks for revenge against Sanders (39-2,
29 KOs), a lefty who whupped Klitschko's brother Wladimir last
April 25, 2004
AHMAD RASHAD ONE ON ONE NBATV 11 PM > It's Inside the Actors
Studio for hoops freaks. Rashad, in the James Lipton role,
interviews Cedric the Entertainer. -- AVP NISSAN SERIES FOX SPORTS
NET 7 PM > Beach volleyballers Misty May and Kerri Walsh, who
will represent the U.S. in Athens, bring a 63-match winning
streak to Tempe, Ariz.
BOOK SIGNING: FUNNY CIDE: HOW A HORSE, A TRAINER, A JOCKEY AND A
BUNCH OF HIGH SCHOOL BUDDIES TOOK ON THE SHEIKS AND BLUEBLOODS
... AND WON > Author Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post and the
2003 Triple Crown threat's 10 owners sign copies at Barnes &
Noble in Rockefeller Center.
BRAVES AT GIANTS TBS 10 PM > Barry Bonds may feast on this Braves
staff, which has a mediocre 4.06 ERA. -- NBA PLAYOFFS: HEAT AT
HORNETS, GAME 4 TNT 8 PM > Sparked by rookie Dwayne Wade (16.2
points a game), Miami finished the season 17-4, which tied for
the NBA's best mark down the stretch.
U.S. MEN'S SOCCER VERSUS MEXICO TELEMUNDO 7:30 PM In February,
Mexico knocked the U.S. out of contention for the Olympics. --
WOMEN'S LACROSSE: MARYLAND AT PRINCETON 7:30 PM > No. 4 Maryland
won seven straight titles between 1995 and 2001, but the
top-ranked Tigers, led by Lindsey Biles, have won the last two.
THE LANCE CHRONICLES: THE REAL LIFE SAGA OF ARMSTRONG'S QUEST FOR
SIX OLN 8:30 PM > The first of 13 behind-the-scenes episodes
focusing on Lance Armstrong's quest for a sixth straight Tour de
France victory. -- HAPPY BIRTHDAY! > Hall of Fame shortstop Luis
Aparicio, who led the AL in steals nine times, turns 70.