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Spring Illustrated

Barry Zito, A's ace and an aspiring photographer, chronicled his Arizona spring training exclusively for SI Players. He'll provide a view through his lens all season

ADAM DUNN/Reds Leftfielder

By Jeff Pearlman

WHO'S Hot/WHO'S Not

SI PLAYERS POLL

[Based on a survey of 227 NBA players]

The Questions with Brian Scalabrine Nets Forward

By Brian Scalabrine

He Shoots, He Scores, He Packs

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus

Inside Cover

Questions For Kenny Perry

After losing the ugly shirts, "jacket guy" Kenny Perry outlasted Vijay Singh at Bay Hill and then talked to SI

By Kenny Perry

A List

What golfers are talking about

By Jim Gorant

BIG PLAY

By Mark Wood with Mark Wood

PAY TO PLAY II

By Jim Gorant

Why Tiger Has His Long Ball Back

Thanks to a Rock Ishii--created ball he has secretly played all year, Tiger Woods says he has regained the distance advantage he once used to dominate the Tour

By Alan Shipnuck

MarkingTime

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his first foray onto the Tour, the author revisits the scene and reflects on how the game, and his own relationships, have changed

By Michael Bamberger

SKIN GAME

An altogether different kind of tournament was recently held at Cypress Cove, where golf buff has a new meaning

By Franz Lidz

My Shot

Michelle Wie is a great player, but does she have the heart of a true champion?

By BOBBY VERWEY JR.

STIK

Life and Times on the PGA Tour

By Chris Eliopoulos

AIR AND SPACE

Just Shoot Me

By Steve Rushin

STEROIDS AND BASEBALL

What Do We Do Now?

By Gary Smith

SOCCER

Yes, Hard Feelings

In a continuation of a bitter rivalry, the U.S. travels to Mexico for a World Cup qualifier this week and attempts to do what it has never done: win at the dreaded Azteca

By Grant Wahl

2005 NCAA Tournament

MEET THE SHOCKERS

With cool heads, hot hands and pressing defenses that caught favorites off guard, low-seeded upstarts provided welcome jolts in the first two rounds

By Grant Wahl

MILWAUKEE'S FINEST

UWM senior guard Ed McCants gives the pesky Panthers points and pluck

By Julia Morrill

SETH DAVIS'S HOOP THOUGHTS

By Seth Davis

TECH KNOCKOUT

Ronald Ross, a onetime walk-on, is now the heart and soul of the Red Raiders

By Kelli Anderson

PRO BASKETBALL

Can Kobe Do It Alone?

With the final Western playoff berth at stake, Kobe Bryant tries to rally the Lakers--a task made more difficult by his inability to connect with the rest of the team

By Jack McCallum

Inside

Inside

The Week In Sports

Inside College Wrestling

Go Hawaiian

Cornell senior Travis Lee, a former judo star from the Aloha State, ended his career with his second NCAA title

By Brian Cazeneuve

Inside The NBA

Whoa, Nellie?

In a characteristically unconventional move, Don Nelson resigned from the Mavs, hastening their rebuilding plan

By Ian Thomsen

Inside Baseball

Made to Order

The White Sox needed a table-setter in their small-ball attack and expect a former Japanese star to do the job

By Albert Chen

LIFE OF REILLY

Choking Up At the Plate

By Rick Reilly

Departments

Leading Off

Letters

Cranked Up

Like a certain surly slugger, tennis star Lleyton Hewitt delights in not being delightful. His behavior is rude, crass--and the reason he's at the top of his game

By L. Jon Wertheim

At the Summit

The woman who built a dynasty in Tennessee catches Dean Smith on the wins list

By Kelli Anderson

Pressure Points

Shrugging off skating's new scoring system, a "faded" star won the world title

By Brian Cazeneuve

Go Figure

For the Record

Ankiel Watch

Second Nature

Infield artistry, and a good bat, will get Roberto Alomar into the Hall of Fame

By Tom Verducci

Q+A Deidre Downs

The reigning Miss America, 24, from Hoover, Ala., is a former volleyball player at the University of Virginia

By Deidre Downs

The Show

By Bill Scheft

The Beat

By Lisa Altobelli

The Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Amanda Cherrin

Under Review

By Nancy Ramsey

Faces in the Crowd