Tiger Woods hits a tee shot during a practice round for the U.S. Open golf tournament Wednesday at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

After a slow start, goals are flying into the back of the net in bunches as the action heats up in South Africa. Bill checks in on three national squads in a World Cup pinwheel.

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson struggled early, but there is still plenty to talk about from Pebble Beach. Bill has an update on the U.S. Open.

Father’s Day is tomorrow, so Bill chats with daughter, mother and former basketball superstar Rebecca Lobo about a collection of essays called Fathers and Daughters in Sports.

Is it a race? A car show? Whatever you want to call the Hunnewell Hill Climb, there is no doubt that it features some of the most beautiful antique cars around. Only A Game’s Bill Littlefield reports. Check out his photos from the event here.

Bill gives his take on the Los Angeles Lakers’ 17th NBA Title and the surprising player (no, not MVP Kobe Bryant) who was the key to their game seven victory.

Charlie Pierce joins Bill to quietly reflect on the NBA Finals and forecast the changes in the league this summer. Ah, who are we kidding? He’ll let more spittle fly than Kevin Garnett and Glen Davis do on the basketball court.

A squad from the British consulate won the mini World Cup last week over teams from various foreign consulates in the Boston area. Will their victory inspire their countrymen in South Africa to end their 44 year World Cup drought? Only A Game’s Karen Given has the answer. If you’d like to see pictures from the tournament, click here.

Bill provides his commentary on Argentina’s dominance, a lackluster effort from the French and more from the first week of the World Cup.