NBA Finals Game 6 on ABC – the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs to even the series in an overtime thriller – delivered 20,636,000 viewers, which was the network’s second biggest audience ever for a Game 6, according to Nielsen.
The United States Olympic Committee announced several changes to its executive leadership team, the most noteworthy of which is the hiring of Benita Fitzgerald Mosley as the chief of organizational excellence, reporting to USOC CEO Scott Blackmun.
Hockey Canada has announced a pair of press conferences for Thursday in Montreal and Toronto, during which it will be announced the cities will serve as hosts for the IIHF World Junior Championships in 2015 and 2017, according to multiple media outlets.
Time Warner Cable is being hit with a class action suit by four Southern California pay TV subscribers, who claim that the $11 billion the cable operator has paid for Lakers and Dodgers rights will be passed on to consumers, even those who have no interest in watching the games.
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced the team has agreed to terms with the City of Jacksonville to undertake approximately $63 million in major enhancements to EverBank Field, including two new end zone video scoreboards that will be the largest of their kind in the world.