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May 29, 2000 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

The Week May 16-22

Lefty Gets It Right With a stirring win at the Colonial, Phil Mickelson proved he has all the shots

By Gary Van Sickle

A Herr Off Tiger Woods may be the man, but he was overtaken in Germany, and on a Sunday no less

By Ivan Maisel


By Jaime Diaz

My Shot I got my start in golf at Colonial, and had special moments there with Babe and Ben

By Polly Riley

Inside Baseball

The Kid Has Clout Texas-sized schoolboy slugger Jason Stokes is primed for the draft

By Jeff Pearlman

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

The Best, Far and Away

By David Sabino

Oh, Danny Boy! Reds closer Danny Graves is a teen dream--and a hitter's nightmare

By Stephen Cannella

Catching Up With...

Kirk Gibson, Indomitable Outfielder December 9, 1985

By John O'Keefe

Si View

Bustin' Loose Boxing took its act into virgin territory with a televised card from the Playboy Mansion

By John Walters

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Playing a Heart A decade after surgery severely limited his mobility, Bill Walton is having the time of his life

By Steve Rushin

NBA Playoffs

Road Kill After beating the Heat in Miami for the third straight year, the Knicks and their unassuming coach drove on to Indiana

By Jack McCallum

Head Start The Blazers and the Lakers were even after two games of a Western Conference final marked by psychological warfare

By Phil Taylor

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Crunch Time Hockey's postseason is a war of attrition, and the team with the best survival skills is likely to be the one that hoists the Stanley Cup

By Michael Farber


Courting Disaster The Detroit Tigers traded a carload of young players for two-time MVP Juan Gonzalez, hoping to seduce him into a long-term relationship. So far it has been a very rocky affair

By Tom Verducci

Horse Racing

Party Crasher On a muddy track at Pimlico, Red Bullet shot down the Triple Crown hopes of Fusaichi Pegasus with a convincing victory in the Preakness

By William Nack

College Sports

Chips off the Old Block Michael and Michelle Munoz are following in the enormous footsteps of their Pro Football Hall of Fame father

By Tim Layden



Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan; Ian Thomsen

Malik Sealy (1970-2000)

By Jackie MacMullan

Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy; Michael Farber

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Special Report [bonus Piece]

Web of Deceit Smooth-talking agent Tank Black allegedly ensnared nearly two dozen NFL and NBA players, including Vince Carter, in a mind-boggling series of scams and defrauded them of some $15 million

By L. Jon Wertheim Special Reporting by Don Yaeger and B.J. Schecter

Going for the Jugular

By Rick Reilly


It Takes Three to Three-Peat Often overlooked, Tina Thompson is again central to the Comets' title hopes

By Tim Crothers; Trisha Lucey

An Import with Instant Impact Mexican star Luis Hernandez drew fans--and defenders--in his MLS debut

By Grant Wahl

Books Two tales: One's an embarrassment of riches, but the other is just an embarrassment

By Charles Hirshberg

Leading Off

Late Bloomer Stella Sampras, Pete's big sister, makes her name coaching UCLA's women

By Richard Deitsch

Stadium Seating

By Mark Beech


Scorecard Schlichter Stumbles--Speed Pool--Spikes and Heels--Alydar vs. Aladar

By L. Jon Wertheim Edited by Mark Mravic

Faces in the Crowd