NCAA Lacrosse Championship: Duke vs. Johns Hopkins

1 p.m., ESPN

Deal with that, Nancy Grace. And any other self-flagellating lefties who weren’t willing to give Reade Seligmann, David Evans and Collin Finnerty due process.

Minor league baseball: Reading at Portland

1 p.m., NESN

Should be Clay Buchholz’s turn in the rotation, so it’s worth a look if you can’t get there in person.

MLB: Braves at Brewers

2 p.m., TBS

Wasn’t it only yesterday that this game was the poster match-up for billionaire largesse versus small-market purgatory? Maybe baseball isn’t dead yet, after all.

MLB: Indians at Red Sox

7 p.m., NESN

Yup, there’s no holiday tradition quite like baseball under artificial light.

NHL: Senators at Ducks, Game 1

8 p.m., Versus

The world championship of Canada’s winter wonderland gets underway. In Greater Los Angeles. On the last Monday night in May. On an upstart, American adrenaline sports cable network.

NBA: Spurs at Jazz, Game 4

9 p.m., ESPN

Wake me up when Utah wins again.

Best Damn Sports Bloopers

9 p.m., FSNE

Thank heaven for 2004. These days I can even stomach “Behind the bag! It gets through Buckner! Here comes Knight and the Mets win it!” without binge drinking.


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