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June 7, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week May 25-31

Beem Me Up Rookie Rich Beem's stunning victory in the Kemper Open came out of the blue

By Alan Shipnuck

Oh, Brother! It's hard to believe, but the Sutherland boys are making a name for themselves on Tour

By Gary Van Sickle


By Tom Hanson Edited by Cameron Morfit

My Shot Like sand through a clogged hourglass, so go the days of our interminable U.S. Open

By Lori Garbacz Edited by Cameron Morfit

Catching Up With...

Bonnie Prudden, Fitness Pioneer August 5, 1957

By Trisha Lucey

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

The NBA? See Page 6C Outside big cities, fishing and softball often bump the big leagues to the back of the sports section

By Steve Rushin

Faces In The Crowd

Faces In The Crowd


Power Couple In a reunion at Wrigley, Sammy Sosa still had a hot bat and an infectious grin while Mark McGwire tried to find relief from an infected toe and a voracious public

By Tom Verducci

NBA Playoffs

Knick of Time Fresh blood may be fueling New York's postseason roll, but when the Knicks need a basket, they still call on old reliable, Patrick Ewing

By Jackie MacMullan

Hair-Raising Hero

Playing with reckless disregard for personal safety—and glory—the Trail Blazers' Brian Grant has emerged as a star in the postseason, even as Portland fell behind 2-0 to the Spurs

By Phil Taylor

NHL Playoffs

Wild, Wild West In a diary kept for SI, Brett Hull tells how defense, weird shots and Ricky Martin music (ugh!) played roles in Dallas's now up, now down conference finals against Colorado

By Brett Hull As Told To E.M. Swift

Private Parts Dominik Hasek came back from a highly scrutinized groin injury to lead the Sabres past the Maple Leafs and into the Stanley Cup finals

By Michael Farber

College Basketball And Football

You've Got to be Nutts Crazy as it may seem, the four Nutt brothers, who all grew up to be coaches, could be the first family of Arkansas for what they've overcome on and off the field

By Ivan Maisel

The 20th Century

Our Favorite Venues Certain ground rules prevail when it comes to picking the best places in the world to watch sports: no domes, no condemned buildings, no Hooters

By Richard Hoffer

This Old House Babe Ruth may have built Yankee Stadium, but the foundations of its legacy are the battles waged there and the great athletes who called it home

By William Nack



Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

A Healthy Chance DL denizen Jermaine Dye, at last injury-free, is flourishing in K.C.

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside Tennis

Inside Tennis

By S.L. Price

Inside Motor Sports

Inside Motor Sports

By Ed Hinton; David Fleming

Inside Olympic Sports

Inside Olympic Sports

By Tim Layden

Driving a Hard Bargain

By Rick Reilly


Leading Off



By Mark Beech; Kostya Kennedy Edited By Kevin Cook and Mark Mravic

That Cavalier Attitude Virginia used a little football mentality to win the NCAA championship

By John Walters