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Tony ParkerBrendan Smialowski/Getty ImagesMike Tirico says Tony Parker's high level of play is a big reason the Spurs have a lead in the NBA Finals

Friday, Scott Van Pelt reacts to a thrilling Game 1 of the NBA Finals, talks about the latest news in MLB and much more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

ESPN's Mike Tirico says the difference in Game 1 was the Spurs' role players outperforming their counterparts on the Heat. Tirico also comments on what the Heat need to do bounce back, the level of fatigue for Miami and where Tony Parker belongs amongst the NBA's best players. Listen

ESPN NBA analyst P.J. Carlesimo gives his thoughts on the Spurs' victory in Game 1, talks about the level of the fatigue the Heat had after a grueling seven game series against the Pacers and says he doesn't expect San Antonio to make many adjustments heading into Game 2. Listen

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema talks about his transition from Wisconsin to Arkansas, being welcomed by Razorback fans, how he plans to rebuild Arkansas' program and his excitement over being a head coach in the SEC. Listen

ESPN golf analysts Andy North and Curtis Strange explain why the inclement weather this week will improve scores at next week's U.S. Open, describe the challenges presented by the size of the course at Merion and predict how Tiger Woods will perform at the tournament. Listen

PGA Tour golfer Matt Kuchar talks about going into the U.S. Open on a hot streak, says he likes his chances in the tournament, discusses the challenges presented by Merion, the pressure presented by majors and the comfort level he currently has. Listen

Ryen Russillo checks in from New York to talk about his observations from Game 1 of the NBA Finals and what he learned about his golf swing from hanging out with legendary coach Hank Haney. Listen

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