U.S. OLYMPIC WRESTLING TRIALS ESPN2 11 PM > Keep an eye on
tiny-but-tough Tina George: The 5-foot, 121-pound U.S. Army
Specialist is a two-time national champ. -- DODGERS AT BRAVES TBS
7:30 PM > With a bullpen that's lost just once, L.A. has the NL's
HOME DEPOT INVITATIONAL NBC 4 PM > Marion Jones is hot off wins
in the 100 meters and the long jump at the Jamaica International
Invitational. -- MERCURY AT SUN ABC 4 PM Diana Taurasi returns to
Connecticut--where she led UConn to three straight national
titles--as Phoenix's rookie phenom.
May 23, 2004
THE WILLIAMS SISTERS: E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY E! 9 PM > An
only-in-America tale precedes a uniquely English one. The
Williamses' rags-to-riches story, replete with the controlling
father, is followed by It's Good to be Posh and Becks, which
gives a glimpse into the lives of David and Victoria Beckham.
CLASSIC DRIVE THRU: ASTROS AT CUBS (MAY 6, 1998) ESPN CLASSIC 9
PM > In one of the most dominant performances of all time,
20-year-old Cubs rookie Kerry Wood used his 100-mile-an-hour heat
and knee-buckling curve to equal the major league record of 20
K's in a 2-0, one-hit win.
NCAA WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS ESPN2 3 PM Top-ranked
Stanford--with the nation's No. 1 doubles team of Lauren Barnikow
and Erin Burdette--is after its 13th title. STANLEY CUP FINALS,
GAME 1 ESPN 8 PM > It took seven weeks, but the 16-team playoff
field has finally been whittled to two.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SOCCER FINAL: AS MONACO VS. PORTO ESPN2
2:30 PM > Two upstarts vie for European supremacy. Porto is led
by crafty Portuguese playmaker Deco and goalkeeper Vitor Baia,
who will look to shut down Monaco's high-scoring Spanish forward,
WOMEN'S COLLEGE WORLD SERIES, GAME 1 ESPN 12 PM > Arizona and
UCLA are No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, but that's no surprise.
In the 21-year history of the women's CWS, they've combined to
win it 16 times. CELEBRITY POKER SHOWDOWN BRAVO 9 PM > In
tonight's season premiere, Jerome Bettis and Mena Suvari ante up.