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Golf Plus

On The Rebound Tom Lehman took a year to recover from his last U.S. Open trauma, but now he's ready to roll

By Gary Van Sickle

News & Notes

By Andy Brumer Edited by Kevin Cook

A Father And Son Game

By Mike Furyk; Jim Furyk Edited by Kevin Cook

The Hunger Number It's feast or famine for players on the Nike tour

By Rick Lipsey

This Week

By Cameron Morfit

Sorry, Monty There's no way that you--or any European--can win the U.S. Open

By Alan Shipnuck

Catching Up With...

Giorgio Chinaglia, New York Cosmos Star May 21, 1979

By L. Jon Wertheim

Pro Basketball

Six Shooter

Saving his best for what may not be his last, the magnificent Michael Jordan coolly broke Utah's heart and led the Bulls to another title

By Phil Taylor

What Next For The Jazz?

By Marty Burns

One of a Kind

What has made Michael Jordan the First Celebrity of the World is not merely his athletic talent, but also a unique confluence of artistry, dignity and history

By Frank Deford

Stanley Cup Finals

Closing In Led by the stellar all-around play of their captain, Steve Yzerman, the Detroit Red Wings were flashing their championship form against the overmatched Washington Capitals

By Michael Farber

Pro Football

Passing Time At 35 and with nothing left to prove in Canada, little Doug Flutie is taking one last shot at making it big in the NFL

By Leigh Montville

World Cup '98

Flying Start Among the many surprises in a lively first round of matches in France were the defending champions' struggles, a fallen hero's redemption and a chilly reception from the host nation

By Steve Rushin

Wake-up Call Germany struck with alarming quickness to beat the U.S.

By Ian Thomsen

Baseball

Better Late Than Never After years of frustrating underachievement, Padres righthander Andy Ashby has joined the ranks of the National League's pitching elite

By Johnette Howard

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside The NBA

Prince Or Frog? Keon Clark from UNLV is the great unknown of this year's draft

By Gerry Callahan

Jackie MacMullan's Mock Draft

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Tim Crothers; Mark Bechtel

In The Wiz's Footsteps Rey Ordonez already fields like Ozzie, but will he hit as well?

By Keith Olbermann

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

Oh, Brothers The Pedregons' rivalry on the funny car circuit is no joke

By Paul Gutierrez

Defending The Virtues Of Big Bertha

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Father's Day

Letters

Scorecard

By Richard Hoffer; Stephen Cannella; Tom Verducci Edited By Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

SI View The Week in TV Sports

Edited By Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

Faces In The Crowd