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March 22, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week March 9-15

The Futures Is Now Be it ever so humble, the LPGA's new minor league gives a burgeoning number of pros a tour to call home

By Alan Shipnuck

Jules Alexander A photographer turned his fascination with Ben Hogan into an affecting memorial to the man

By Rick Lipsey

The Race Is On Vijay Singh's win at the Honda signaled the start of the stretch run for Augusta

By Gary Van Sickle


By Walter Bingham Edited by Cameron Morfit

My Shot Earning an invitation to Bay Hill is a lot more satisfying than asking Arnie for a free pass

By P.H. Horgan III Edited by Cameron Morfit

Shakin' All Over You think Eric Booker took gas? Let me tell you something about choking

By Jaime Diaz

Catching Up With...

Mark van Eeghen, Raiders Fullback January 2, 1978

By Jeff Pearlman

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Ad To The Bone Sports owners attempting to suck up every last advertising dollar are giving naked greed a bad name

By Jeff MacGregor

Inside Baseball

In The Name Of The Father A Hurricanes prospect and a Marlins coach go Manny a Manny in Miami

By Jeff Pearlman

Links In The Chain To adjust to life in the major leagues, Latinos turn to each other

By Paul Gutierrez

Inside Baseball

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside Soccer

Inside Soccer

By Ian Thomsen

MLS Champ? Hello, Columbus

By Grant Wahl

Ncaa Tournament

Sweet 'n' Low In two rounds filled with thrilling turns and surprising twists, a record number of low seeds advanced to the Sweet 16

By Jack McCallum

Mission Impossible Taking on mighty Duke was too tall an order for poor Florida A&M

By Jack McCallum

The NBA Factor If a quarter century of history is any guide, the last team standing at the end of the dance will be one with at least three future NBA players in its lineup

By Grant Wahl

Pro Basketball

Egoless Trip What the Pacific Division-leading Trail Blazers lack in All-Star power, they make up for in depth, versatility and--for now, at least--a willingness to share playing time

By L. Jon Wertheim


Grand Larceny

After delivering an honest beating of Evander Holyfield that should have unified the heavyweight crown, Lennox Lewis was stuck with an unconscionable draw

By Richard Hoffer


Life Is Beautiful Coming off his best season in years, the once larger-than-life Jose Canseco has downsized his world but still hopes to make a big impact with the Devil Rays

By S.L. Price



Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside Olympic Sports

Inside Olympic Sports

By E.M. Swift; Michael Farber

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Double-Teamin' Demon The Raptors' Doug Christie knows it takes two to tangle

By Marty Burns

Hockey [bonus Piece]

Less Than Murder When Jesse Boulerice laid out Andrew Long with a vicious high stick, was it just hockey, or something much worse?

By Jeff MacGregor

NCAA Tournament Cesspool Yes, it's that time of year again, when we offer to help you fill in your bracket to determine the single most annoying thing about March Madness--not including, of course, people offering to help you fill in your bracket

By Rick Reilly


It's Nothing Personal--Honest IMG went to court when Jeff Schwartz took his leave--and star tennis clients

By L. Jon Wertheim

The Devils' Advocate New Jersey G.M. Lou Lamoriello runs the tightest ship in the hockey business

By Michael Farber

Leading Off

Slick And Oh-So Quick Eric Guerrero, 26-0, is on the cusp of his third NCAA title at Oklahoma State

By Austin Murphy

Tough? You Want Tough? Today's quarterbacks have nothing (but money) on their counterparts of '78

By Paul Zimmerman


Chaplain With A Decent Jump Shot Former Kentucky guard Cameron Mills counsels his onetime teammates

By Jeff Pearlman

Serena's at Peace with Herself

After back-to-back titles, Serena Williams has no doubt she can win big

By Michael Silver

Feeling Groovy Swing. Clang! Swing again. Aaaahhh

By Mark Bechtel

Laird Of The Waves Laird Hamilton, the world's best big-wave rider, does it for love, not money

By Kevin Cook

Back In The Running Vicar's win at Gulfstream thrust a pair of old pros back in the Derby picture

By William Nack

Too Many Strokes

By Walter Bingham


By Phil Taylor; Ed Hinton Edited By Kevin Cook And Mark Mravic

Faces In The Crowd