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Swimming

THE SELLING OF A SPORT FORMER OLYMPIAN PABLO MORALES IS BEHIND FINIS, THE SOLE U.S. MAKER OF MONOFINS

By P.H. MULLEN JR.

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Golf Plus

BACK IN BUSINESS MARK O'MEARA HUNG TOUGH FOR A STIRRING WIN OVER TIGER WOODS AS THE AT&T RETURNED IN STYLE

By Gary Van Sickle

OFF-LIMITS WHAT'S STOPPING CYPRESS POINT FROM REJOINING THE AT&T?

By Jaime Diaz

MAJOR MOVES LOOKING TO RELIVE THE GLORY YEARS, THE NEW TEAM AT ABC IS FOCUSED ON THE BIG EVENTS

By Michael Bamberger

NEWS AND NOTES

BACKSPIN ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

GIVE US A FAIR SHAKE

By Juli Inkster

On The Scene

A QUICK SCHUSS IN THE WOODS WHEN YOU HOOK UP DOGS TO CROSS-COUNTRY SKIERS YOU GET THE SPORT OF SKIJORING

By Ken McAlpine

NBA Extra

A PLUM OF A PICKUP A MALCONTENT WITH THE WARRIORS, RONY SEIKALY HAS PROVED TO BE A GODSEND FOR THE SHAQLESS MAGIC

By Tim Kurkjian

TOUGHEST TO DOUBLE-TEAM?

By David Fleming

IMPORTS ON THE DECLINE

By TIM KURKIJAN

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

Catching Up With...

ST. LOUIS BLUES FORWARD RED BERENSON APRIL 7, 1969

By Jeff Pearlman

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Focus

A PASSION FOR PICKLEBALL THE HOTTEST THING IN SEATTLE DOES NOT COME IN A STARBUCKS CUP OR ON A DISK

By L. Jon Wertheim

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Harness Racing

AN ENDURING RELATIONSHIP PACER STEADY STAR HAS BEEN MAKING OWNER CHESTER AULT HAPPY FOR 29 YEARS

By Franz Lidz

Pro Basketball

HE DOESN'T THROW CHAIRS BOB KNIGHT'S SON PAT TREADS LIGHTLY AS AN ASSISTANT COACH IN THE CBA

By L. Jon Wertheim

HIGH POINTS OUR RATINGS OF THE PLAYERS AT THE NBA'S DEEPEST POSITION PRODUCED SOME SURPRISES--INCLUDING A CHANGING OF THE GUARD AT THE VERY TOP

By Phil Taylor

FLOOR LEADER CLEVELAND'S UNASSUMING TERRELL BRANDON IS THE NBA'S BEST PURE POINT GUARD--AND ITS BEST-KEPT SECRET

By Richard Hoffer

Hockey

DRESSED TO THRILL SURPRISINGLY, THE SABRES ARE AMONG THE NHL'S BEST TEAMS. CERTAINLY THEY'RE ITS MOST ENTERTAINING

By Michael Farber

College Basketball

NINE LIVES REDUCED TO NINE PLAYERS AFTER LOSING THEIR STAR, KENTUCKY'S WILDCATS REFUSE TO GIVE UP HOPE FOR ANOTHER TITLE

By William F. Reed

High School Basketball

Onward Christian Soldier

A year ago Tracy McGrady was an unheralded high school player looking for direction. he signed up at Mount Zion Academy, and now he's pointing straight toward the NBA.

By Tim Crothers

Pro Football

BACK IN HAND LARRY CENTERS RETURNED TO THE PRO BOWL, SITE OF A SCARY EPISODE LAST YEAR, WITH HIS LIFE IN ORDER AND READY TO TEST THE FREE-AGENT WATERS

By Michael Silver

Inside College Basketball

SHOOTING IS LOUSY, DEFENSE IS UNYIELDING, AND SCORING IS WAY DOWN MEMPHIS BLUES PACIFIC'S LUCKY PHONE CALL

By Kelli Anderson

Motor Sports [bonus Piece]

HOW MUCH CAN ONE MAN BEAR? NASCAR LEGEND BOBBY ALLISON SUFFERED BRAIN DAMAGE IN A CRASH AND SAW BOTH HIS SONS DIE YOUNG, BUT SOMEHOW HE IS ABLE TO CARRY ON

By Ed Hinton

Inside The NBA

WEBBER DIDN'T GET JOBBED; DUMARS DID SOMETHING'S FOUL IN ORLANDO (AS USUAL) THE MULLIN MARKET

By Jackie MacMullan

THE RIGHT CALL AT THE RIGHT TIME BILLS QUARTERBACK JIM KELLY CAME UP A WINNER ONE MORE TIME WHEN HE DECIDED TO RETIRE

By Peter King

Departments

LETTERS

BOWE JOINS THE CORPS...JETS FUMBLE ON PARCELLS... ANOTHER A'S HOMECOMING...RUTHIAN REMEMBRANCE...HIGH SCHOOLERS AGAINST RACISM...SUPER BOWL CELEBRATIONS

By Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien