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The Best In Sports In 7 Days

Doctor S sez: You call it a waste of time; the Doctor calls it Major League Soccer.

Thursday, June 3
NBA basketball, Finals, Boston at Los Angeles Lakers (8 p.m., Ch. 16): Finally, we get to Celtics vs. Lakers, the series we've all been waiting for. Can the Lakers repeat as champs? No, Celtics in seven.

Friday, June 4
College baseball, NCAA Auburn Regional, Southern Miss vs. Clemson (2 p.m., Auburn, Ala.): The Eagles begin their quest for a second straight trip to the College World Series. ... NCAA Charlottesville Regional, Ole Miss vs. St. John's (7 p.m., Charlottesville, Va., 97.3 FM): The Rebels showed signs of life in the SEC Tournament. Can they keep it going?

Saturday, June 5
PDL soccer, Nashville at Mississippi (7 p.m., Millsaps College, Jackson): The Brilla and Metros kick it at Harper Davis Stadium.

Sunday, June 6
NBA basketball, Finals, Boston at Los Angeles Lakers (7 p.m., Ch. 16) Here the NBA goes, dragging this series out again. Can we finish by July 4?

Monday, June 7
College softball, College World Series Game 1 (7 p.m., ESPN2): Women who throw the ball faster and hit it harder than 99 percent of the men reading this begin their battle for the NCAA title.

Tuesday, June 8
NBA basketball, Finals, Los Angeles Lakers at Boston (8 p.m., Ch. 16): The Lakers and Celtics shift to from LaLa Land to Beantown for Game 3.

Wednesday, June 9
Major League baseball, Atlanta at Arizona (8:30 p.m., SportSouth, 620 AM): The Braves invade the Snake house.

Slate is compiled by Doctor S, who is wondering if watching 30 hours of "Family Guy" is too much.

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