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You Go, Girl! Meanwhile, back on the LPGA tour, fans and players had one eye on Annika and the other on the Corning Classic

By Franz Lidz

The Week

By Alan Shipnuck

My Two Cents Worth

By Steve Rushin

Big Play Annika Sorenstam's opening drive at the Colonial began two days of solid ball striking, but a shoddy short game left her above the cut line

By Charlie King

Coming Up

By Sal Johnson

Q+A Fulton Allem The PGA Tour's most politically incorrect player defiantly vents on Annika Sorenstam (again)

By Fulton Allem

Catching Up With...

Les Shy, Running Back AUGUST 31, 1970

By Bill Syken

Pro Basketball

Never A Doubt With a swagger embodied by cocksure coach Byron Scott, the Nets cruised to the Finals again

By Chris Ballard

Magnifique! Playing with poise and eclat, French point guard Tony Parker had the Spurs primed for the Finals

By Jack McCallum

Hockey

Mirror, Mirror The matchup between Anaheim and New Jersey pits conservative, defense-oriented teams that are strikingly--perhaps numbingly--similar

By Michael Farber

Golf

Her Best Shot Under extraordinary scrutiny, Annika Sorenstam put her game up against the men's at the Colonial and left with thousands of new fans

By Michael Bamberger

Baseball

As Scary As He Looks With all the props of the archetypal closer-as-intimidator, Eric Gagne was a ferocious force as the Dodgers rolled to 10 straight wins

By Daniel G. Habib

It's All About The Power

In his final season, Roger Clemens stalks his landmark 300th win by making certain that his 40-year-old body can still bring the heat

By Tom Verducci

Pro Football

No Small Achievement Affable but forceful commissioner David Baker has thrown his weight around and put the Arena Football League on the sports map

By Michael Silver

Motor Sports

Gentlemen, Start Your Celebration Indy is back In a tight race, Gil de Ferran found Victory Lane and the 500 rediscovered some of its former magic

By Lars Anderson

Inside

Inside The Week In Sports

Inside Lacrosse

Inside Lacrosse

By Mark Beech

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Albert Chen

Tom Verducci's View

By Albert Pujols; Tom Verducci

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

Departments

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Letters

James and the Giant Deal Adidas and Reebok offered more cash, but Nike's full-court press helped it win the battle for the heart--and feet--of high school phenom LeBron James

By George Dohrmann Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

To Live and Die in L.A. Must there be a team in the City of Angels? The question bedevils the NFL

By Peter King Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Go Figure

Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

For The Record

Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Peak Traffic Conditions The 50th anniversary of Hillary's climb has Mount Everest hoppin'

By Bill Syken Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Almost His Last Mile

By Brian Cazeneuve Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

The Show

By Bill Scheft Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Q+A Cynthia Cooper Making a comeback reminiscent of another basketball icon, the two-time MVP of the WNBA returns to the court for the Houston Comets at age 40.

By Cynthia Cooper; Richard Deitsch Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Sports Beat

Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

The Week In Television

Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Under Review Thorne's Thorny Calls--Annika Revisited--Old-school Mike Men

By John O'Keefe Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Richard O'Brien and Mark Bechtel