The weather outside is magnificent on this fine June Saturday, but the best place to be might just be parked on a couch or a recliner in front of a television. In one of the busiest sports days of the year, the TV schedule is pretty packed, with LeBron James, Manny Pacquiao, and Jonathan Quick providing the star power.
1 p.m. - Angels at Rockies (Fox Sports West): Dan Haren gets the start for the Halos, who look to win their second straight game in Colorado. Jeff Francis, signed to a minor league deal by his old team earlier this week, starts for the Rockies.
1:30 p.m. - Belmont Stakes (NBC): The interest in this race dropped significantly when I'll Have Another dropped out, eliminating the hopes of a triple crown winner. But it's still an event, and should be an exciting race.
5 p.m. - Kings vs. Devils, Stanley Cup Final Game 5 (NBC): The Kings take their undefeated road playoff record to the Prudential Center in New Jersey Saturday night, looking to win their first Stanley Cup.
5:30 p.m. - Heat vs. Celtics, Eastern Conference Finals Game 7 (ESPN): James dominated Game 6 in Boston, giving Miami home court advantage as the Oklahoma City Thunder wait for their NBA Finals opponent.
6 p.m. - UCLA vs. TCU, NCAA Baseball Los Angeles Super Regional Game 2 (ESPN2): The No. 2 Bruins are one win away from advancing to the College World Series for the second time in three years.
6 p.m. - Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley (HBO Pay-Per-View): The marquee fight won't start for a few hours after, but the PPV broadcast starts at 6 p.m., with three undercards on the docket.