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Z-BEST SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW

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Join host, Alan Zlotorzynski as he looks back at sports for the first 10 days of June from 4-6 EST on Sunday afternoon.

Alan will recap the NBA conference finals as well as preview the 2012 NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and OKC Thunder. Alan will tell you why LeBron is about to lose his third trip to championship round. 

After trailing 3-0 in the best of seven Stanley Cup Finals, the New Jersey Devils have won two straight games and forced a sixth game game back in LA on Monday night.

Does NJ have a chance to make history and come all the way back? Alan tells you why history won't be made" in this case.

With I’ll Have Another’s scratch from the Belmont Stakes on Friday, Alan will give you his take on the future of Horse Racing’s Triple Crown, and why the Sport of Kings must pray for a horse to end the Triple Crown's now 35 year drought very soon.

Alan will get you caught up on the happenings in MLB as well as recap the first 10 picks of last Monday’s amateur draft. With a third of the season played, find out who the MVP, CY Young, rookie of the year, as well as manager of the year is for both leagues at this point of the season.

Don't miss this week’s top 10 power poll rankings to see if anyone knocked the Rangers from the top spot?

With just 41 days to go until the first NFL training camps open, Alan will begin his divisional breakdowns. Today's division will be the AFC east. Can the Bills end the NFL's longest playoff drought, and how much will the Tebow/Sanchez drama effect the Jets. Tune in to find out starting at 3 EST today.

The Dumb Ass of the week award returns as Alan will hand out one for the first 10 days in June. If you know who “Hondo” and KJ are, and remember when Adam Varitek split the uprights for the Patriots, then you have a good idea who the winner is.

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