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Design

WARNING: 'HOOPS' MAY BE ADDICTIVE

By Ed Burns

Books

A MOSTLY SATISFYING ROUND

By Ivan Maisel

NCAAs

FOUR ON THE FLOOR

BY DIVINE PROVIDENCE

The Friars made believers of 'Bama and Georgetown

By Ralph Wiley

NO APPLE FOR THE ORANGEMEN

After eight early NCAA exits, coach Jim Boeheim finally got Syracuse to the Final Four

By Jack McCallum

INDIANA, BY A WHISKER

The Hoosiers survived a clawing LSU Tiger attack

By Curry Kirkpatrick

LAS VEGAS HIT THE JACKPOT

Iowa gave the Rebels a run for their money, but UNLV cashed in out West

By Alexander Wolff

A Bloody Mess

A BLOODY MESS

The Calgary Flames took a brawling home-and-home series from archrival Edmonton

By Austin Murphy

A KING EYES A COURT COMEBACK

Sidelined for two years, the Knicks' Bernard King hopes his damaged knee will now hold up under the rigors of NBA play

By Bruce Newman

STOPPED SHORT OF THE MAGIC X

Iowa State denied Dan Gable (below) and Iowa their 10th straight NCAA championship

By Douglas S. Looney

Zamboni

You're An Old Smoothie

For nearly 40 years Frank J. Zamboni's funny-looking invention has been refinishing ice surfaces all over the world

By Leigh Montville

Horse Racing

CATCH A RISING STAR

The favorites fell to Chart The Stars in the San Felipe

By Bruce Anderson

Baseball

LEFTY'S LAST STAND

For Steve Carlton, it was now or never

By Peter Gammons

Pro Football

MEETING OF MINDS IN MAUI

For a change, NFL brass got to talk football, not law

By Paul Zimmerman

Box Lacrosse

THUNDER ON THE BELTWAY

Baltimore upset Washington to win the first title of a rowdy new indoor league

By Franz Lidz

Hagler Vs. Leonard

ONE WILL BE MADE WHOLE

Marvelous Marvin Hagler needs Sugar Ray Leonard, and vice versa. One of them is about to be fulfilled.

By Rick Reilly

PREDICTION

After taking into account logic, history and the odds, the author punches out his selection for the Hagler vs. Leonard showdown

By William Nack

On The Scene

GOLF WITHOUT A CADDIE

It took peculiar skills to win the One Club Championship

By Arnold Schechter

Spotlight

TRIGGERS FOR WIGGERS

Lones and Deena Wigger are top U.S. marksmen

By Robert F. Jones

Perspective

THE SUGAR RAY OF HIS DAY

Like Ray Leonard, Harry Greb suffered a detached retina

By John Harvey

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week March 16-22

Compiled by Bailey Breene Gendron

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

BIGGER BUT NOT BETTER

Every Cinderella and her brother make the NCAAs

By Frank Deford

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff and Robert Sullivan