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On The Scene

A REGULAR JOE AFTER YEARS OF CALLING IN TO WFAN SPORTS RADIO, JOE BENIGNO GRABBED THE MIKE

By John Solomon

NFL Plus

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

A SPECIAL TEAMER BIG HITS HAVE MADE BILL BATES A BIG HIT WITH THE COWBOY FAITHFUL

By Franz Lidz

By Mark Mulvoy

FLASHBACK

By Paul Gutierrez

DAVE WIDELL

By David Fleming

DUANE BICKETT

By John Walters

REGGIE ROBY

By William F. Reed

By David Fleming

Golf Plus

FUNNY MONEY THE OFFICIAL SEASON IS FINALLY OVER, BUT FOR A FORTUNATE FEW THE REAL FUN HAS JUST BEGUN

By Alan Shipnuck

A PAID VACATION IN PARADISE

By Tim Rosaforte

REBORN A LEGEND'S HOME MAKES A COMEBACK, AND A DIFFERENCE

By Tim Rosaforte

By Tim Rosaforte

Surfing

MOTHER ON BOARD EX-RUNAWAY LISA ANDERSEN IS THE TOP PERFORMER AND ONLY MOM ON THE PRO CIRCUIT

By Franz Lidz

Reporter At Large

TURKS IN GREASE SINCE 1361 GRAPPLERS HAVE GATHERED AT THE ANNUAL SUPER BOWL OF OIL WRESTLING

By Vincent Czyz

Focus

DOWNHILL RACER MAD MOUNTAINEER ADRIAN CRANE VIRTUALLY FLEW DOWN THE AMERICAS' HIGHEST PEAK

By Ken McAlpine

WHO FOUND THE BIG NAIL? WHETHER FREDERICK COOK REACHED THE NORTH POLE IN 1908 IS STILL HOTLY DEBATED

By Michael Cannell

Environment

NOAH'S ISLE ST. CATHERINES ISLAND, OFF GEORGIA, IS THE SECRET HOME OF A BEVY OF RARE BEASTS

By Paul Karr

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

NON IS PRO SPORTS' OUI

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy; Michael Farber

Boxing

GOOD TO THE LAST DROP EVANDER HOLYFIELD AND RIDDICK BOWE WENT TOE-TO-TOE AND POUNDED OUT A THRILLING END TO THEIR EPIC TRILOGY

By Richard Hoffer

Departments

Pro Football

DOWN...AND OUT CITING HIS CRUSHING DEBTS, ART MODELL IS TAKING HIS BROWNS TO BALTIMORE

By Peter King

Basketball

A NEW SPIN ON THE GLOBETROTTERS OWNER MANNIE JACKSON IS SERIOUS ABOUT CHANGING THE WORLD'S FUNNIEST TEAM

By David Davis

First Person

TWO THUMBS UP? OR THREE BRICKS? THE AUTHOR, A FILM CRITIC, GOT TO SHOOT A FEW FROM HALF-COURT DURING AN NBA GAME

By Gene Siskel

Hockey

SWEEPING CHANGE AFTER A HORRENDOUS START, THE MONTREAL CANADIENS ARE ROLLING, THANKS TO A NEW COACH FROM THE OLD DAYS

By Michael Farber

College Football

THE CATS' MEOW BY BEATING PENN STATE, NORTHWESTERN PROVED IT'S MORE THAN A GOOD STORY--IT'S A GOOD TEAM

By Tim Layden

Business

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL IN PRAGUE SPORTS-BAR OWNER SCOTT OTTO FOUND A NEW GROWTH MARKET: EXPATRIATE U.S. FANS

By Lucinda Hahn

NBA 1995-96

IT'S CRUNCH TIME

ONE PLAYER AWAY IN THE TRADITION OF TEAMS SEEKING THE LAST PIECE TO THE TITLE PUZZLE, CHICAGO AND PHOENIX HAVE DEALT FOR MEN WHO COULD PUT THEM ON TOP

By Phil Taylor

A GREATER POWER IN IMAGINARY MATCHUPS FOR THE AGES, FOUR OF TODAY'S MOST POTENT YOUNG POWER FORWARDS DUEL WITH MIGHTY COUNTERPARTS FROM THE PAST

By Jack McCallum

IS IT THE SHOES? ABSOLUTELY, SAY THE NBA'S BIG-FEET ELITE, WHO HAVE MADE FRIEDMAN'S, ATLANTA'S NO-FRILLS SHOE STORE, THEIR ROAD-TRIP MECCA FOR GIANT-SIZED FOOTWEAR

By Franz Lidz

THE OLDEST PICK IN THE BOOK THE DEFENSE USUALLY KNOWS IT'S COMING, BUT THE WELL-EXECUTED PICK-AND-ROLL IS STILL PRO BASKETBALL'S MOST DEPENDABLE PLAY

By Phil Taylor

SAM I AM WITH TEAMMATES, FOES AND REFS, HOUSTON ROCKET POINT GUARD SAM CASSELL LIKES TO TALK THE TALK-- AND HE'S HAPPY TO BACK IT UP COME CRUNCH TIME

By Johnette Howard

EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC

By Kelly Whiteside

EASTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL

By William F. Reed

WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST

By Phil Taylor

WESTERN CONFERENCE PACIFIC

By Phil Taylor

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Last spring, the newly unretired Michael Jordan lit up Manhattan, the Knicks and the NBA itself with what may have been the most thrilling performance of his career

By Alexander Wolff

By S.L. Price

By Peter King

ORDER ON THE COURT IT'S TIME THE NBA HELD COACH PAT RILEY ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE CRIME OF BASKETBALL THUGGERY

By Rick Reilly