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May 30, 2004

FRIDAY 28

PACERS AT PISTONS GAME 4 ESPN 8 PM. Think big: Detroit's 6'9" Ben
Wallace is the East's top rebounder in the playoffs (14.5 per
game); Indiana's 6'11" Jermaine O'Neal averages a team-high 9.2.
ON THE RECORD WITH BOB COSTAS HBO 11 PM Everybody's All-American
actor and The Rookie star, Dennis Quaid, gets chatty with Bob.

SATURDAY 29

WNBA L.A. SPARKS AT DETROIT SHOCK ABC 4 PM A rematch of last
year's finals when Detroit shocked the Sparks in the
best-of-three series. MLS DALLAS BURN AT L.A. GALAXY ESPN2 10 PM
Dallas (2-3-2) sends U.S. national team defender Cory Gibbs
against the Galaxy (4-2-3) and dynamic forward Alejandro Moreno
(five goals, 11 points in six games).

SUNDAY 30

INDY 500 ABC 11 AM Spider-Man 3? Helio Castroneves was .299 of a
second shy of a third straight checkered flag at the Brickyard
last year. He's favored today--to win and to scale the fence in
his signature celebration. ANGELS AT WHITE SOX WGN 3 PM Chicago's
second team is battling for first.

MONDAY 31

PAT TILLMAN MEMORIAL DAY TRIBUTE FOX SPORTS NET ARIZONA 3 PM In
honor of the former Arizona State linebacker, killed in combat in
Afghanistan last month, ASU's 1996 upset of No. 1-ranked Nebraska
will be rebroadcast. DIVISION I MEN'S LACROSSE FINALS ESPN 2:30
PM If Johns Hopkins gets in, the fabled program could win its
first title since 1987.

TUESDAY 1

IN STORES: NFL FILMS SUPER BOWL COLLECTION: SUPER BOWL XI-XX DVD
Relive Willie Brown's 75-yard interception return for the Raiders
in '77 and the Fridge's one-yard TD plunge for the Bears in '86.
SPIKE 52'S GREATEST MOMENTS IN NBA HISTORY SPIKE TV 7 PM First of
a three-part series hosted by Carmelo Anthony and Bill Walton.

WEDNESDAY 2

U.S. GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIPS At the Gaylord Entertainment Center
in Nashville, 21-year-old twins Paul and Morgan Hamm, and
19-year-old Tasha Schwikert, all three of them members of the
2000 Olympic team, try to earn berths in the Olympic trials,
which begin on June 24.

THURSDAY 3

SCRIPPS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE ESPN 1 PM P-O-C-O-C-U-R-A-N-T-E.
That spells last year's winning word, which was nailed by Dallas
eighth-grader Sai Gunturi. THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH CRAIG KILBORN
CBS 12:35 AM Phil Mickelson, still feeling the love off his
Masters win, visits late night's biggest sports fan.

COLOR PHOTO: JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES (WALLACE) COLOR PHOTO: RUSTY JARRETT/GETTY IMAGES (CAR) COLOR PHOTO: WARNER HOME VIDEO (DVD) COLOR PHOTO: STAN HONDA/AFP/GETTY IMAGES (MICKELSON) COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT LABERGE/GETTY IMAGES (HAMM TWINS) COLOR PHOTO: PAUL F. GERO/SABA/CORBIS (TILLMAN) COLOR PHOTO: VICTOR DECOLONGON/GETTY IMAGES (MORENO)

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