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Sports On Television For Saturday June 2, 2012


Saturdays typically offers something for everyone. Whether it's yard work, socializing with friends and family after tough work weeks, there's always something. And during those times maybe you have a sporting event you want to check out, catch up on or follow. Here's a schedule of sports on television for the day.

Tennis: Early Rounds Of The French Open (12:00 PM, NBC)
The French open continues through the early rounds.

PGA Tour Golf: Memorial Tournament (12:30 PM, Golf Channel)
Golfers on the lower-half of the scoreboard will be completing their round while leaders prepare for the third-round.

NASCAR Nationwide: 5-Hour Energy 200 (2:00 PM, ESPN)
The Nationwide series heads to Dover International, a place that some call Bristol on steroids. Carl Edwards swept this track last year.

LPGA Tour Golf: ShopRite LPGA Classic (2:30 PM, Golf Channel)
Stacy Lewis and Mika Miyazato are leading the event at six-under, two strokes over the field on Bay Course at Seaview Resort in New Jersey.

PGA Tour Golf: Memorial Tournament (3:00 PM, CBS)
The Memorial switches over from the Golf Channel to CBS where Rory Sabbatini is holding onto a one-stroke lead with Tiger Woods prowling at five-under (one off the lead).

Auto Racing: Grand-Am Series in Detroit (5:00 PM, Speed)
The Grand-am Rolex Sports Car Series hits Belle Island Park in Detroit.

MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at Houston Astros (7:00 PM, Fox)
Fox is doing another regional game of the week on prime time, with the Reds on Fox (not Fox Sports) taking on the Houston Astros. Cincinnati took a 1-0 lead in the series following a 4-1 win Friday night.

Stanley Cup Finals: Los Angeles Kings at New Jersey Devils (8:00 PM, NBC)
The Kings took a 1-0 lead in the Stanley Cup following Anze Kopitar's overtime goal Wednesday night.

NBA Playoffs: San Antonio Spurs at Oklahoma Thunder (8:30 PM, TNT)
After taking a convincing two-game lead over the Thunder, the Spurs will rebound from their game three loss Thursday night. The Spurs still hold a 2-1 lead as game four tips off Saturday night.

Boxing: Antonio Tarver vs. Lateef Kayode (9:00 PM, SHOe)
Cruiserweights Antonio Tarver (29-6, 20 KOs) and Lateef Kayode (18-0, 14 KOs) will face off in Oakland on Showtime.