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IT'S BETTER TO PASS UP THIS SHOT, KAREEM

By Steve Rushin

Chavez-Taylor

THE BRINK

In the final seconds Meldrick Taylor blew a sure win and was KO'd by Julio Cèsar Chàvez

By William Nack

NCAA Tournament

REACHING FOR THE STARS

Loyola Marymount played as if possessed, stunning Michigan with a record scoring barrage in the NCAA tournament's wild and woolly opening week

By Alexander Wolff

A TEAM ON A MISSION

By Shelley Smith

ANOTHER BIG SPLASH

Olympic heroine Janet Evans won three individual events for Stanford in the NCAAs

By Merrell Noden

The Players Championship

HIS NAME IS MUDD

Jodie Mudd, that is, and he won The Players Championship at Sawgrass

By Rick Reilly

Yabba—dabba—doo!

Chris Berman, ESPN's answer to Fred Flintstone, has struck gold in the cable-TV quarry. A knack for nicknames is a key to his success

By Franz Lidz

Dynasties

MAJOR MINORS

Fed up with parity? Long for a genuine dynasty? Maybe you are looking in the wrong places

By Douglas S. Looney

Pro Football

THE HONEYMOONERS

The NFL is smitten with its new commissioner

By Peter King

Zatopek

A BRIDGE TO LONG AGO

For 22 years Emil Zatopek, the marvelous distance runner, was 'not available.' Now, in the new Czechoslovakia, he is at last free

By Leigh Montville

Horse Racing

A DAY OF UNBRIDLED PLEASURE

Jockey Pat Day guided Unbridled to a four-length win in the Florida Derby

By Steve Wulf

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week March 12-18

Compiled by James E. Reynolds

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE!

Basketball coaches turned analysts are beyond belief

By William F. Reed

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