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The Week Ahead What To Watch And Watch For

May 10, 2004
May 10, 2004

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The Week Ahead What To Watch And Watch For

By Julia Morrill Edited by Mark Bechtel and Sridhar Pappu

FRIDAY 7

This is an article from the May 10, 2004 issue Original Layout

REVOLUTION AT RAPIDS FOX SPORTS WORLD 9:30 PM > Colorado, with
Pablo Mastroeni anchoring the defense, is riding a 14-game home
unbeaten streak, one shy of the MLS record. -- NETS AT PISTONS,
GAME 2 ESPN 8 PM > Detroit wants revenge--New Jersey swept the
Pistons in last year's playoffs.

SATURDAY 8

U.S. OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING TRIALS > Olympic hopefuls--including
the 5'9", 370-pound superheavyweight Shane Hamman, who holds U.S
records in the snatch, clean and jerk and total weight--converge
on St. Joseph, Mo. -- ASTROS AT BRAVES TBS 7 PM > The Bad News
Braves had a franchise-record-tying seven-error game on Sunday.

SUNDAY 9

GOLDEN GLOVES TOURNAMENT NBC 1 PM > Who has the eye of the tiger?
The 77-year-old tournament has turned out Sugar Ray Leonard and
Cassius Clay. -- WOMEN'S WATER POLO NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS CSTV 7 PM >
Top-ranked USC is 24-0, thanks to goalie Kelly Graff, likely
national player of the year.

MONDAY 10

BOOST MOBILE PRO OF SNOWBOARDING FOX SPORTS NET CHECK LOCAL
LISTINGS >Top snowboarders including Travis Rice, Keir Dillon,
Jaime MacCleod and Hannah Teter showed off their moves on a
massive steel "snow slope" in Chicago last month, while
hip-hoppers Ludacris, Kanye West and Dilated Peoples entertained
the crowd.

TUESDAY 11

DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FESTIVAL > Nearly 600 athletes
descend upon the Orlando area to compete for national titles in
golf, lacrosse, softball and tennis. The six-day event is modeled
on the Olympics; there's an athletes' village and an opening
ceremony takes place tonight at Sea World.

WEDNESDAY 12

1984 STANLEY CUP: OILERS VS. ISLANDERS ESPN CLASSIC 7:30 PM > New
York had won four straight titles, but Wayne Gretzky said he
wanted a Stanley Cup so badly he could "taste the silver." -- LATE
SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN CBS 11:30 PM > Dave welcomes Sen. John
McCain (R., Ariz.), head of the committee investigating steroid
use by athletes.

THURSDAY 13

PLAYING LESSONS FROM THE PROS GOLF 3 PM > Jack Nicklaus, winner
of 18 majors, gives tips on the preround warmup, iron play and
short game. -- METS AT DIAMONDBACKS 9:35 PM > Barry Bonds isn't
the only slugger hitting historic homers. New York's Mike Piazza
last week hit his 351st dinger as a catcher, tying Hall of Famer
Carlton Fisk's record.

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