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April 12, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week March 30-April 5

Four Play David Duval got his fourth win of the season in Atlanta, but this week's Masters is the title he really wants

By Alan Shipnuck


Edited by Cameron Morfit

My Shot Watching Mom win a tournament was neat, even if she didn't do the dance we taught her

By Hayley Inkster Edited by Cameron Morfit

A Hale Of A Note Some Seniors would be happy to see their greatest player, Hale Irwin, go

By Jaime Diaz

Catching Up With...

Moses Malone, NBA All-Star Center February 19, 1979

By John O'Keefe

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Old Masters By adhering to its minimalist TV policy, Augusta National gives stodgy tradition a good name

By Jeff MacGregor

Faces In The Crowd

Faces In The Crowd


Money Pitchers Randy Johnson of the Diamondbacks and Kevin Brown of the Dodgers, two fireballers worth $157 million combined, went wallet-to-wallet on Opening Day in L.A., but it was the hitters who cashed in

By Richard Hoffer

Pro Basketball

Rear Admiral By accepting (albeit reluctantly) a reduced role in the Spurs' offense, David Robinson has helped lift San Antonio back into the title hunt

By Phil Taylor

A Whole New Rap After fleeing Golden State and self-destructing in Washington, Chris Webber has been soaring so far in Sacramento, where he says he's ready to make good on his promise as a power forward and a person

By S.L. Price; David Sabino


Standing Tall Emboldened by a newfound spirituality and the Penguins' captaincy, Jaromir Jagr has emerged as the most dominant offensive force in the sport

By Michael Farber; David Sabino

College Football

Let's Play Two UCLA's All-Pac-10 wide receiver, the indefatigable Danny Farmer, is also a nonstop terror on the volleyball court, where he hopes to win his third national championship with the Bruins

By Tim Layden

Golf [bonus Piece]

No Man Is An Island

That's what David Duval finally learned after a childhood tragedy led him to shut out the world and drive himself to become the best golfer in the game

By Gary Smith



Inside Hockey

Inside Hockey

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside Horse Racing

Inside Horse Racing

By William Nack

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Forwards March

By David Sabino

Glass Is Dismissed Though it's a high-percentage shot, the bank is closed for most players

By Marty Burns

Funny You Should Ask

By Rick Reilly


Leading Off



Edited By Mark Mravic And Richard O'Brien Richard Hoffer