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Golf Plus

The Week March 7-13

Down But Not Out You didn't have to be Dudley Hart to feel like a winner at the Honda Classic

By Ivan Maisel

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz; Tom Hanson

My Shot Before you comment on the state of the LPGA, get out of the office and check us out

By Ty Votaw

Inside Baseball

Return of the Native After pitching in Boston and Texas and almost in Baltimore, Aaron Sele will play at home in Seattle

By Stephen Cannella

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

Catching Up With...

Walter Luckett, Fabulous Freshman November 27, 1972

By Pete McEntegart

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Rethinking MNF

By John Walters

Beyond The Pale Pro wrestling's seamy subculture appears in all its gory in the riveting documentary Beyond the Mat

By Steve Rushin

Ncaa Tournament Preview

Let the Madness Begin Forget trying to figure out who's going to win. With every team suffering from some weakness, let us tell you how all but a final four will lose

By Alexander Wolff

Glue Guys To survive in the NCAAs, teams need selfless heroes who hold them together so they can stick it to opponents

By Alexander Wolff

Women's Ncaa Tournament Preview

The Usual Suspects Rising above an all-too-familiar handful of other contenders, talent-rich Connecticut is the clear favorite for the championship

By Kelli Anderson

Pro Football

Letting Go

With everything but a championship to show for his illustrious 17-year career, Dan Marino turned down a tempting offer from the Vikings and proudly walked away from the game

By Peter King

Hockey

Ray of Hope The trade that sent longtime Bruin Raymond Bourque to the Avalanche gives him and Colorado a shot at the Stanley Cup

By Michael Farber

Pro Basketball

Out of Hand Sacramento's scintillating second-year point guard, Jason Williams, has been shooting poorly, passing wildly, alienating fans and struggling to come to terms with fame

By Phil Taylor; David Sabino

Pro Football [bonus Piece]

Lone Star

Ricky Williams was hailed as a savior when he arrived in New Orleans, but his heart's still in Texas, and his head's someplace else, far away, in a world of his own

By John Ed Bradley

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Horse Racing

Inside Horse Racing

By William Nack; Mark Beech

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan; David Sabino

The Court Is His Canvas Tariq Abdul-Wahad is art fancier by day and artful guard by night

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Brian Cazeneuve

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Shark with Bite San Jose's hard-hitting Owen Nolan has found his old scoring touch

By Austin Murphy

A Paragon Rising Above The Madness

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Some Quick Barbering Twin sprinters Miki and Lisa Barber of South Carolina buzzed the NCAAs

By David Fleming

The Anti-Snowboard

By Mark Beech

Miss Mary's History Lesson Mary Garber's inspiration during a 56-year sportswriting career has been Jackie Robinson

By Tim Crothers

Books Two Contrasting Views of Youth Basketball: from the Hideous to the Sublime

By Charles Hirshberg

From Russia, with Love Sabres rookie Maxim Afinogenov and his phenom sister, Katia, are a pair to watch

By Michael Bamberger

Home Bodies DaMarcus Beasley and other young U.S. players will improve MLS this year

By Grant Wahl

Leading Off

Letters

Scorecard Keyshawn on the Block--Cartin' Martin--Olympic Torch Song--Dad from Hell

By Richard Hoffer; Peter King Edited by Mark Mravic

Faces in the Crowd