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Golf Plus

The Week May 18-24

Ich Bein Ein Winner After dominating a strong field in Heidelberg, Tiger Woods looks ready to reclaim his title as golf's marked man

By Alan Shipnuck

Pavin The Way At the Colonial, Corey Pavin showed that he is only one small step from finally ending a mysterious slump

By Gary Van Sickle

Jacked Up Freed from the pain that has dogged him for a decade, a reinvigorated Jack Nicklaus hit the tour again

By Jaime Diaz

Notebook

By Tom Hanson Edited by Rick Lipsey

My Shot Hey, NBA: Playing 36 holes one day doesn't mean you can't score 36 points the next

By John Starks Edited by Rick Lipsey

Taking One For The Team Jenny Chuasiriporn's senior year at Duke was a dream come true

By John Garrity

Catching Up With...

John Landy, World-Record Miler May 21, 1956

By John O'Keefe

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Plane And Too Fancy Shopping catalogs found on airlines are stuffed with flighty gifts for the sports-minded

By Steve Rushin

Inside Baseball

Roger Will-Go The Mets' Roger Cedeno dashed to the fore while subbing for his hero

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside Baseball

By Jeff Pearlman; Stephen Cannella

Indians Summer Lou Boudreau had Cleveland riding high in 1948

By Daniel Okrent

Inside Boxing

Inside Boxing

By Franz Lidz

Olympic Payoff

By Richard Deutsch

Faces In The Crowd

Faces In The Crowd

NBA Playoffs

Easy Does It Tim Duncan's seemingly effortless dismantling of the Lakers shows that he's now the league's dominant big man

By Richard Hoffer

A Torrid Pace With veteran resolve and a rejiggered rotation, Indiana blitzed Philadelphia to remain unbeaten in the postseason

By Jackie MacMullan

Renewing Old Acquaintances Is new-look New York good enough to knock off its nemesis, Indiana?

By Marty Burns

Baseball

Mound Of Trouble Long all but unhittable, Greg Maddux of the Braves has misplaced his pinpoint control and is getting rocked. Is the redrawn strike zone to blame? Harder baseballs? Or bad eyes?

By Tom Verducci

Mr. Generosity Diamondback Luis Gonzalez, fresh from a 30-game hit streak, is a player who spreads around his bucks and his bingles

By Gerry Callahan

NHL Playoffs

Two Good Thanks in part to precocious rookies Milan Hejduk and Chris Drury, Colorado was giving Dallas all it could handle in the Western finals

By Kostya Kennedy

Stop Gap With Dominik Hasek out, wily Buffalo turned to a backup goalie and jumped ahead of Toronto in the East finals

By Michael Farber

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan; Phil Taylor

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton

Stuck In First Gear Battling long odds, Ricky Craven tries to get back to Victory Lane

By John Walters

[bonus Piece

Who's Your Daddy?

Call Richard Williams what you want—bizarre, deceitful or, perhaps, mad—but be sure of one thing: He has brilliantly guided the careers and lives of his daughters Venus and Serena, the hottest players in tennis

By S.L. Price

The Book Of Curses

By Rick Reilly

Departments

They're Selling Attitude For And 1, it's not about the shoes, it's the shtick

By L. Jon Wertheim

Leading Off

Take That, Bruce Coslet Browning Nagle is out to revive his career--and prove his old coach wrong

By David Fleming

Baseball's Fun House

By Ron Fimrite

Taking Out A Mortgage On The Future The Columbus Crew has a home that may be the model for the sport in the U.S.

By Ian Thomsen

Man Wielding A Dangerous Weapon Fearless Sudsy Monchik has sliced and diced his way to the top of his sport

By Franz Lidz

Letters

High-tech Body Shop Doctors are now using cartilage cultured in labs to repair injured knees

By Ian Thomsen

Casual Relief

By Mark Beech

Scorecard

By Grant Wahl; Tim Crothers; Leigh Montville Edited By Kevin Cook