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June 3, 2002 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

We Are Not Worthy Pros who once said that winning the Grand Slam was impossible now like Tiger Woods's chances to do just that this year

By Gary Van Sickle

The Week

By Gary Van Sickle Edited By Seth Davis

Bottom Lines

By Sal Johnson Edited By Seth Davis

Big Play Jim Furyk continued a Memorial tradition by jarring a shot from a greenside bunker in the Final round to win the tournament

By Mike Bender Edited By Seth Davis

Catching Up With...

Tom Trager, Skimboarder SEPTEMBER 7, 1987

By Kelvin C. Bias

Special Report

Totally Juiced

With the use of steroids and other performance enhancers rampant, according to a former MVP and other sources, baseball players and their reliance on drugs have grown to larming proportions

By Tom Verducci With Reporting By Don Yaeger, George Dohrmann Luis Fernando Llosa And Lester Munson

Getting Amped Popping amphetamines or other stimulants is part of many players' pregame routine

By Tom Verducci

A Testy Issue The lack of steroid testing has split the union and added to baseball's labor mess

By Tom Verducci

The Injury Toll Steroid use may explain a sharp rise in the time players spend on the disabled list

By Tom Verducci

Buyers' Market With a quick trip across the border, a player can score any steroid he wants

By Tom Verducci

NBA Playoffs

Center Stage Trading blows and barbs, big men Vlade Divac and Shaquille O'Neal have turned the Western finals into comic opera

By Jack McCallum

Jim Dandy A coach who couldn't care less about his image has Boston looking sharp

By L. Jon Wertheim


Feet First After a snowmobile mishap left him ravaged by frostbite and cost him a toe, Olympic heavyweight Rulon Gardner is taking his comeback one step at a time

By E.M. Swift

Auto Racing

Indy-Structible Even a controversial finish couldn't obscure the fact that the Indy 500, after years of decline, has roared back in fine form

By Mark Bechtel

NHL Playoffs

Cool as Ice When the pressure mounts in the postseason, it's the special breed of money players that always cashes in

By Michael Farber


The Seven-Year Itch Sidelined at the French Open for the first time since 1995, Martina Hingis has plenty of time to ponder this question: Does she want to work her way back to the top, or just play?

By S.L. Price


Inside The Week in Sports

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Stephen Cannella

College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Seth Davis

Nags to Riches

By Rick Reilly


Leading Off


Get Up for the Cup

By Steve Rushin


By Tim Layden; Brendan Lemon; Mike Fish; Tim Layden; Richard Deitsch Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Swing Master The hat, the swagger, the name: The legendary golfer was one with his game

By John Garrity Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Evel Knievel The stunt king is planning a motorcycle jump to coincide with next spring's opening of the Evel Knievel Xperience, a restaurant and theme park in Primm, Nev.

By Richard Deitsch; Evel Knievel Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Sports Beat

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy