This, that and the other thing:
Neither San Antonio nor Miami has won two consecutive games during the NBA Finals which can be considered good news for both teams.
For the Heat, it's Miami's turn to beat San Antonio in tonight's Game 6. For the Spurs, a loss would mean they win the seventh and deciding championship game Thursday night.
Unfortunately for the Spurs, they have as much chance of winning Game 7 in Miami as the Giants had of winning Game 7 of the 2002 World Series in Anaheim.
Under the NBA's 2-3-2 home-and-away playoff format, no road team has won Game 7.
Zack Wheeler is the kind of young pitcher who could give the Giants' starting rotation a shot in the arm.
And tonight he'll make his major-league debut for the New York Mets.
Oh yeah, the Giants traded their top pitching prospect in July 2011 to the New York Mets for Carlos Beltran in hopes of making a playoff run.
Not only did the Giants miss the postseason by four games, Beltran left town as a free agent.
Yes, the Giants won the 2012 World Series without Wheeler, but they sure could use him this season.
Now that the Kings are staying put with new ownership and a new downtown arena is on the agenda, Mayor Kevin Johnson needs to find a way to lure the A's to Sacramento.
The River Cats have the best minor-league organization in baseball, but Sacramento is a major-league town.
Plus, our plumbing works pretty well.
What to watch
NBA Finals, Spurs at Heat, 6 p.m., Ch. 10: The Heat is on Miami in the first elimination game of the series.
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