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ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler says no NBA season opener has had the intensity of Heat-Celtics. The Celtics are good. The Heat need to work on chemistry. Legler also previews the West's stronger teams. Tim Legler Miami Heat beat writer Brian Windhorst explains why the Heat were okay with their performance last night. Also, Windhorst says LeBron doesn't look as happy as he did in Cleveland. Brian Windhorst

ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney was surprised by how loose the Rangers were on Tuesday. He wonders how long Vlad Guerrero will play right field and how often Josh Hamilton will get pitched to. Plus, other players to watch. Buster Olney

ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden says Brad Childress didn't criticize Brett Favre as badly as people are saying. The Vikings should have a backup plan anyway. Plus, Dallas is still very talented but the Giants are rolling. Jon Gruden

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter says Troy Smith will start for the 49ers in London. Schefter also says Brad Childress is looking for a reason to start Tavaris Jackson, and the Cowboys are headed to a firing. Adam Schefter

ESPN NFL insider Chris Mortensen says the Cowboys and Vikings are in similar situations, and both head coaches could be looking for work. He thinks Jerry Jones could fire Wade Phillips during the season. Chris Mortensen

ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck tries to explain how the Brett Favre-Brad Childress relationship will show on the field, but Golic doesn't buy it. Tim Hasselbeck

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit gives his take on how much a disagreement between a head coach and quarterback can affect play on the field, and he looks at the current college football landscape. Kirk Herbstreit


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