8 a.m. Cycling: Tour de France stage 15(Givors to Mont Ventoux).--NBC Sports Net.
9 a.m. Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News).--NNPS
9:30 a.m. Golf: Scottish Open final round (in Inverness).--Golf
10 a.m. World University Games: Track and field (d. in Kazan, Russia).--ESPNU
10:30 a.m. Basketball: Jan. 2007: Hampton boys vs. Bethel.--LSC 48
Noon Golf: Scottish Open final round.-- NBC: WAVY 10, WWBT 12
Noon Softball: April 1996: Bethel vs. Kecoughtan.--LSC 48
Noon NBA: Las Vegas Summer League: Miami vs. Toronto, then Sacramento vs. Dallas at 2, New York vs. Washington at 4, Charlotte vs. Dallas at 6, Cleveland vs. Memphis at 8 and Atlanta vs. Miami at 10.--NBA TV
12:30 p.m. Highlights: Tidewater Amateur Sports.--WSKY 4
1 p.m. Baseball: Washington at Miami.--Cox 11, MASN2
1 p.m. Softball: World Cup round robin: Puerto Rico vs. U.S. (in Oklahoma City).--ESPN
1 p.m. Golf: PGA John Deere Classic final round (in Silvis, Ill.).--Golf
1 p.m. Baseball: Texas at Detroit.--TBS
1 p.m. Motorsports: NASCAR Sprint Cup: New Hampshire 300.--TNT
1:30 p.m. Basketball: Feb. 2000: Gloucester girls vs. Hampton.--LSC 48
1:30 p.m. Baseball: Toronto at Baltimore.--MASN
1:30 p.m. Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Philadelphia.--WGN
2 p.m. Motorsports: AMA Pro Daytona SportBike race 2.--CBS Sports Net.
2 p.m. Baseball: All-Star Futures Game (in New York).--ESPN2
2 p.m. Basketball: Adidas Invitational championship (in Indianapolis).--ESPNU
2 p.m. Tennis: Hall of Fame Championships final: Nicolas Mahut-Michael Russell winner vs. John Isner-Lleyton Hewitt winner (in Newport, R.I.; or semifinals if rain continues to intervene).--Tennis Ch.
2:30 p.m. Golf: LPGA Manulife Financial Classic final round (in Waterloo, Ontario).--Golf
3 p.m. Golf: PGA John Deere Classic final round.-- CBS: WTKR 3, WTVR 6
3 p.m. Golf: U.S. Senior Open final round(in Omaha, Neb.).-- NBC: WAVY 10, WWBT 12
3 p.m. Motorsports: AMA Pro SuperBike race 2.--CBS Sports Net.
3 p.m. Softball: Slow-pitch: U.S. vs. U.S. Futures (d.).--ESPN
3 p.m. Football: Oct. 2000: Warwick vs. Hampton.--LSC 48
3 p.m. Motorsports: IRL Indy Toronto race 2.--NBC Sports Net.
3 p.m. Motorsports: MotoGP World Championship: German Grand Prix (d.in Hohenstein).--Speed
3:30 p.m. Soccer: Gold Cup: Panama vs. Canada.--Univision, Fox Soccer Ch.
4 p.m. NBA: Las Vegas Summer League: New York vs. Washington.--CSN
4 p.m. Tennis: Mercedes Cup final: Fabio Fognini vs. Philipp Kohlschreiber (d. in Stuttgart, Germany).--Tennis Ch.
6 p.m. Soccer: March 2000: Hampton girls vs. Kecoughtan.--LSC 48
6 p.m. Soccer: Gold Cup: Martinique vs. Mexico.--Univision, Fox Soccer Ch.
6 p.m. Tennis: Swedish Open final: Fernando Verdasco vs. Carlos Berlocq (d. in Bastad).--Tennis Ch.
7 p.m. Skateboarding: Street League (in Portland, Ore.).--ESPN2
7 p.m. World University Games: Men’s basketball quarterfinal (d. in Kazan, Russia).--ESPNU
7 p.m. Golf: Web.com Tour: Utah Championship (in Sandy).--Golf
8 p.m. Baseball: St. Louis at Chicago Cubs.--ESPN
8 p.m. Football: Nov. 2006: Phoebus vs. Bethel.--LSC 48
8:30 p.m. Soccer: National Women’s Soccer League: Washington vs. Seattle.--Fox Soccer Ch.
9 p.m. Softball: World Cup final (in Oklahoma City).--ESPN2
11 p.m. Motorsports: IRL Indy Lights (d. in Toronto).--NBC Sports Net.
NOTE: (d) = delayed
BEST BET ON TELEVISION
At 1 p.m. on TNT, Jimmie Johnson will be starting in the back of the 43-man field, even behind 71-year-old Morgan Shepherd, the oldest driver ever to start a NASCAR Cup race. Shepherd probably won’t be in the race too long, but Johnson could come to the front in Loudon, N.H.
ON THE RADIO
8 a.m. Talk: Augusta Golf Show.--94.1FM
Noon Motorsports: NASCAR Sprint Cup: New Hampshire 300.--1140AM, 1650AM, WLQM/101.7FM
12:30 p.m. Baseball: Washington at Miami.--950AM, 1490AM, 102.1FM
1:15 p.m. Baseball: Houston at Tampa Bay.--910AM
5:35 p.m. Baseball: Richmond at Bowie.--910AM
5:50 p.m. Baseball: Charlotte at Norfolk.--94.1FM
7 p.m. Baseball: St. Louis at Chicago Cubs.--950AM, (94.1FM in progress at 9:15)