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Gifted

Ultimately it was the penultimate hole that would decide who'd win and who'd lose the LPGA's first major of the year, and Morgan Pressel played it best

By John Garrity

Sunday Check-In

There's a quiet, leisurely charm, and a lot to be learned about what might lie ahead, on the day before Masters week officially begins

By Michael Bamberger

Augusta Buster?

Adam Scott's Masters muddle

By Jim Gorant

Big Play with Steve Bosdosh

By Steve Bosdosh

The Pepper Mill

By Dottie Pepper

The Ike Spike

As First Golf Nut, Eisenhower ignited a postwar boom

By Catherine Lewis

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Allen Iverson

As told to Chris Mannix

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

Many Happy Returns

Serena Williams's resurgence shows why tennis is so conducive to comebacks

By L. Jon Wertheim

For the Record

Fit to be Untied

Two goalies are close to the NHL wins record—or are they?

Merry Mariner

Meet Jarrod the Jokester

By Jacob Luft

THE QUESTIONS WITH Nook Logan

NATIONALS OUTFIELDER

Ultimate Regimen

A fighting champion gets intense

By Lisa Altobelli

Gorgeous George

A new DVD shows the Babe's screen presence

By Nancy Ramsey

The Beat

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

Faces in the Crowd

Dousing the Lights?

A title is at stake on Friday Night Lights, but the real drama lies in surviving NBC's cut

By Adam Duerson

Chemistry Lesson

The last two undecided All Americans may go as a package

By Joe Lemire

THE LIST

2007 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

The Gators Again

Florida's NBA-ready stars postponed pro riches and returned to repeat as champions, securing a lofty place in college hoops history by outgunning a familiar foe--Ohio State--in the title game

By Grant Wahl

SI's 2007--08 Top 10

Wait till next year? No way. Here's an early look at the teams that will be on top when Midnight Madness comes in October

By Luke Winn

Pro Basketball

Methods to the Madness

Who says NBA teams don't game-plan? SI went behind closed doors with the Mavericks and the Suns to see how the two rivals strategized for their Western Conference showdown

By Jack McCallum

Baseball

But All Matt White Wants to Do Is Play Ball

He's sitting on a rock pile that's valued at $2.4 billion. That's an estimated $100 million more than Mark Cuban's net worth and almost 10 times more than A-Rod's record contract

By Michael Farber

PRO HOCKEY

Time to Put Up

Judgment Day is fast approaching for Stars goalie Marty Turco and four other top-tier players who are in danger of being branded postseason busts

By Michael Farber

Swimming

Mind Boggling

By demolishing records and winning seven--should have been eight--golds at the worlds, Michael Phelps left his sport awestruck

By Brian Cazeneuve

Bonus

Blindsided by History

Fifty years ago segregationists trying to keep black students out of Little Rock Central High, inadvertently broke up one of the country's greatest football dynasties

By Gary Smith

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

The NFL

By Jeffri Chadiha

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

Life of Reilly

No More Mr. Nice Guy!

By Rick Reilly

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