As we typically say this time every week, if it's a big sports day, it must be Sunday. And today couldn't offer any less than any other day. We have big races, NBA playoffs, soccer and baseball. Hell. We even have water polo. There's something for everyone.
IndyCar Racing: The Indianapolis 500 (Noon, ABC)
Ryan Briscoe will lead the field to the green flag at the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500.
MLB Baseball: Colorado Rockies at Cincinnati Reds (1:00 PM, Fox Sports Ohio)
After losing the series opener 6-3, the Cincinnati Reds rebounded with two four-run innings Saturday night, winning the game 10-6 and tying the series at one. Mat Latos is scheduled to take the hill against Jamie Moyer in the rubber game.
PGA Tour Golf: Crowne Plaza Invitational (3:00 PM, CBS)
Jason Dufner (-15) and Zach Johnson (-14) pulled away from the field on Saturday, with Tom Gills seven strokes behind in third place entering the final round.
Champions Tour Golf: Senior PGA Championship (3:00 PM, NBC)
Roger Chapman exploded on Saturday, shooting a 64 and taking a five-stroke lead over John Cook heading into the final round.
U.S. Olympic Trials: Water Polo (3:00 PM, NBC Sports)
U.S.A., U.S.A., U.S.A.
MLS Soccer: Kansas City vs. San Jose (4:30 PM, NBC Sports)
Kansas City (22 points) and San Jose (27 points) are in the hunt for the postseason early in the season.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: Coca-Cola 600 (5:30 PM, FOX)
Brooklyn Decker is scheduled to give the command to drivers to start their engines at 6:10 PM. Aric Almirola and Marcos Ambrose will lead the field down the front-stretch when the green flag waves at 6:19 for the longest race of the year.
MLB Baseball: Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves (8:00 PM, ESPN)
After being swept by the Cincinnati Reds earlier this week, the Atlanta Braves quickly lose the first two games of the series against the Washington Nationals. Brandon Beachy hopes to reverse trends against Gio Gonzalez, who is quickly having a good season at 6-1 with a 1.98 ERA.
NBA Playoffs: Oklahoma Thunder at San Antonio Spurs (8:30 PM, TNT)
After sweeping the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers, the San Antonio Spurs will host the opening game of the Western Conference Finals on an 18-game winning streak dating back to the regular season.