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Play the Percentages: June 19, 2011

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- News 9 Sports Director Dean Blevins was riding a four-week hot streak heading into the Father's Day Edition of Play the Percentages, could he make it five?

With Rory McIlroy's dominating performance at the U.S. Open, we asked the chances that more Americans would cheer for the young, Scottish star over American Tiger Woods.

McIlroy's win made it five consecutive Majors without an American claiming the title. What's the chance that an American wins one this season?

First-round pick Ricky Rubio announced that he would be finally coming to America after being drafted two years ago by the Timberwolves. Oklahoma City chose James Harden over the Spanish star, but did it make the right choice?

Both the NBA and NFL are both facing lockouts with their current labor situations, so what is the percentage chance the NBA will start its season on time?

And finally, Ricky Fowler, Hunter Mahan, Bubba Watson and Ben Crane released the video "Golf Boys (Oh Oh Oh)," so we want to know which of the four young stars will win a Major first?

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