What to Watch and Bet NBA and NHL Playoffs for Sunday June 2nd 2013

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With no NBA playoff games scheduled for Sunday June 2nd the NHL playoffs and Major League Baseball will take center stage for the sports betting public. The national television coverage begins as early as 2:15PM Eastern Time with the night time televised events scheduled to begin at 8PM Eastern Time.

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Two National League clubs will battle in the afternoon from Major League Baseball as the San Francisco Giants will conclude their road weekend series with the St Louis Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. The Giants and Cardinals will begin from St Louis at 2:15PM Eastern Time and TBS will provide the TV telecast. Scheduled starters for the series finale will pit Chad Gaudin on the hill for the Giants as he will oppose Tyler Lyons for the Redbirds. Gaudin gets a spot start as he has pitched in relief this season. Gaudin is 0-1 with an ERA of 2.05. Lyons will be making his third start this season for St Louis and has a 2-0 record with an ERA of 1.29.

ESPN2 Sunday Night Baseball will feature two bitter AL East division rivals as the Boston Red Sox will be the road team as they face the New York Yankees. The Red Sox and Yankees will begin from Yankees Stadium at 8PM Eastern Time and you can catch all the action over ESPN2. Boston is scheduled to start Clay Buchholz on Sunday Night Baseball as he opposes Hiroki Kuroda for the Yankees. Kuroda is 6-3 on the year with an ERA of 2.39. Buchholz is a perfect 7-0 this year with an ERA of just 1.73 in what should be a very good pitching duel in the series finale.

It will be Game 2 of the NHL Western conference finals as the LA Kings will be on the road to face the Chicago Blackhawks. The Kings and Blackhawks begin from Chicago at 8PM Eastern Time and NBC Sports Network will deliver the live TV broadcast. These two NHL clubs will be playing the back end of a back to back as Game 1 was scheduled for 5PM Eastern Time from Chicago.

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