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Monday, June 14, 2010
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Paul Pierce and the Celtics are one win away from their second NBA title in three years.

ESPN NBA analyst Jeff Van Gundy explains why Andrew Bynum's injury is hurting the Lakers' rebounding, why Pau Gasol needs to get going if Los Angeles is going to force a Game 7 and why the Celtics shouldn't need to make any changes before Game 6.
Jeff Van Gundy

ESPN NBA analyst Jamal Mashburn still believes the NBA Finals will go seven games, but he says the momentum has shifted and it will be interesting to see how Los Angeles responds with its back against the wall. Jamal Mashburn

Basketball Hall of Famer Dave Cowens thinks the NBA Finals will go seven games because the series has been too good for it not to. Cowens also shares his thoughts on Cleveland's interest in Tom Izzo. Dave Cowens

ESPN soccer analyst Alexi Lalas says Robert Green's miscue will haunt him for the rest of his career if England doesn't get out of its group. Lalas also comments on Tim Howard and the United States' performance in its 2010 FIFA World Cup opener. Alexi Lalas

ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney dishes on Frank Robinson's new role as the boss of the umpires, the Mets' hot play, the Phillies' struggles and more. Buster Olney

ESPN MLB analyst John Kruk covers Stephen Strasburg's second start and the Phillies' lackluster play. John Kruk fantasy games' Eric Karabell talks about the players worth starting and sitting this week. Eric Karabell