Time for some links from the morning papers and blogs.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today looks at CBS’ broadcast of the Bowling Clash of Champions, the first network TV broadcast of bowling in nine years.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times writes about the new Sports Museum that opened near the World Trade Center site.
Maury Brown of the Biz of Baseball says ESPN2 will air the MLB First Year Player Draft next month.
Doug Smith of the Toronto Star writes in his Raptors blog that play-by-play man Chuck Swirsky will be missed as he’s moving back to Chicago.
Ed Sherman from the Chicago Tribune has an updated story saying the Bulls’ moves to shake up the radio and TV broadcast teams came as a surprise.
And Sherman writes about the Blackhawks changing their TV voice from Dan Kelly back to the popular Pat Foley.
Cheryl Hall of the Dallas Morning News writes about a local firm that won a Sports Emmy.
Sox & Dawgs says Heidi Watney had a decent debut on NESN earlier this week. I’ll agree with that. She did well and was also quite smooth last night.
If you’re a lacrosse fan, ESPN360 will carry an entire slate of National Lacrosse League games this year.
That’s going to do it for now. I’ll have updates throughout the day. Keep your RSS feeds updated.