Coming up on Elise and Jerry from 10 a.m.-noon Monday:
-- Is the NHL a realistic option for Seattle next season? It is being portrayed as a Plan B as the NHL tries to figure out what to do with the Phoenix Coyotes. Two investors Ray Bartoszek and Anthony Lanza have made a $220 million offer to buy the team and move it to Seattle. Two weeks ago, they met with Mayor Mike McGinn and the Seattle City Council to work out a tentaive deal for the use of KeyArena for the 2013-14 season if they can secure and relocate the team. Can it happen? Will it happen? Should it happen? Are we being used as a pawn again, and if so, what should we think of that? We'll dissect every aspect of the possibility, and our conversation will include a visit from King 5 reporter Chris Daniels at 10:28 a.m.
-- The Spurs lead the NBA Finals 3-2, one victory from a fifth championship in the Tim Duncan era. Can they finish by winning a game in Miami? And if so, what are we to make of the Heat's run so far with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh?
-- The Mariners: Hisashi Iwakuma is human, and the Mariners smelled sewage in Oakland on Sunday. No, real sewage this time.
-- Justin Rose won the U.S. Open, the first major of his career. And Phil Mickelson suffered his sixth second-place finish at the Open. What to make of Lefty's heartbreak?