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Golf Plus

The Week May 2-8

A Different Perspective Yes, the playoff in New Orleans was a disaster, but second place still looked pretty good to Blaine and Claudia McCallister

By Alan Shipnuck

Notebook

By Jaime Diaz

My Shot I hope that someday people will talk more about my golf and less about the way I speak

By Sophie Gustafson

Catching Up With...

Dennis Ralston, Tennis Devotee August 26, 1963

By Pete McEntegart

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Dynamic Duo

By John Walters

We Don't Know Jack Ray Lewis serves as a reminder that what we read isn't always the whole story

By Steve Rushin

Bullfighting

Only the Bull Is Safe Portuguese-Americans in the San Joaquin Valley of California stage bullfights in the style of the Old Country, with one exception: No bull sheds a drop of blood

By Bill Barich

Kentucky Derby

Triple Threat Fusaichi Pegasus started his drive for horse racing's elusive prize with a spectacular win in the Kentucky Derby

By William Nack

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Star Burst Since breaking his engagement, Mike Modano, who was sputtering through the season, has become reengaged on the ice and is leading Dallas's quest for a second straight Cup

By Austin Murphy

Chillin' Out After a disappointing regular season, usually bellicose Avalanche star Peter Forsberg has kept his cool and gotten hot

By Michael Farber

Baseball

Change Is Good Though their roster keeps turning over, the Braves remain the class of the National League, and their 15-win streak suggests the best may be yet to come

By Tom Verducci

Pro Football

Rock On With 612 games in the trenches and still counting, the Matthews clan is proving to be the most durable in NFL history

By Paul Zimmerman

Pro Basketball

Spree for All Knicks fans see once notorious Latrell Sprewell for what he is: a car-loving, Jet-skiing, laid-back swingman who's their best hope to beat the Heat

By Jack McCallum

No More Magic Penny Hardaway battles his former mate's team--and reflects on what might have been

By Phil Taylor

Grant in Aid

Brian Grant emerged from a funk just in time to help the Blazers top Utah in Game 1

By Ian Thomsen

Ticket Prices [bonus Piece]

Hey, Fans: Sit on It! The high cost of attending games is fattening owners' wallets while it drives average fans from arenas, and it may be cooling America's passion for pro sports

By E.M. Swift

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside Olympic Sports

Hot Rod In a steamy trials marathon, Rod DeHaven grabbed the only U.S. ticket to Sydney

By Tim Layden

Switching Countries

By Brian Cazeneuve

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

Columbine: One More Victim

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Black Socks Scandal Sartorially challenged Brandon Taliaferro led UCLA to its 18th NCAA championship

By Tim Crothers

The Executioner's Rant IBF middleweight champ Bernard Hopkins aims his biggest shots at promoters

By Franz Lidz

Leading Off

One hit, one whiff: Costas's prescription to fix baseball is a tonic; Koufax bio falls flat

By Ron Fimrite

Split Decision Hands down--and up--Miguel Cairo has the most unorthodox grip in the bigs

By Stephen Cannella

Where a Bowl Game Isn't Football Pennsylvania's tenacious Haverford XI is the only college varsity in the land

By L. Jon Wertheim

Letters

Setting a Course for Sydney Tom Brown's Olympic quest depends on two strong legs, one of them carbon

By Alexis Jetter

Breathing Easy

By Mark Beech

Shannon, Queen of Scots Shannon Hartnett of the U.S. reigns over Scotland's arcane strength competitions

By Austin Murphy

Student in Need of Career Counseling Will 6'11" Chris Young sign a baseball contract or stay at Princeton to play two sports?

By Kelley King

Saddle Sore

By Mark Beech

Scorecard Blame Khannouchi--Cuban's Linens--Return Games--Mentally Driven

By Richard Hoffer Edited by Mark Mravic

Wheel to Live Two drivers were back on the track last weekend after horrific wrecks

By Mark Bechtel

Faces in the Crowd