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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Gourmet Golfer

Sorenstam at the stove

By Dustin Goot

My One and Only

Players stuck on the loneliest number

Best in Show

First-rate sports films surfaced at the Tribeca Festival

By Adam Duerson

Larry Hughes

As told to Chris Mannix

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

The Greenest Pasture

Roger Clemens asked for the moon, and the Yankees, because they could, said O.K.

By Tom Verducci

For the Record

By Richard Deitsch

The Ol' Hammy Whammy

Preventing a common sports injury

By Ben Reiter

A Nationals Holiday

Mothers get a Day—and a baseball card—in Washington

By Elizabeth Newman

THE QUESTIONS WITH Juan Pierre

DODGERS CF

Down in Front, Snoop!

The NHL and NBA are happy to fill seats with famous fans

By Adam Duerson

Q & A Eric Bana

The actor (Munich) stars as a poker player in Lucky You

By Richard Deitsch

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

Faces in the Crowd

Summer Runnin'

By Joe Lemire

THE LIST

Unreal Estates

Selling the home of an athlete's dreams can be a nightmare

Grape Expectations

An energy-boosting chemical in red wine could improve endurance

By David Epstein

NFL MINICAMPS

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus

Out of the Woods

Shaking off his Masters disaster, Tiger Woods rode a hot putter to victory at what has become one of the top nonmajors on Tour, the Wachovia Championship

By Gary Van Sickle

A Tuesday With Mr. Hearn

Facing the end with few regrets, an avid golfer recounts sweet shots and lessons learned during a lifetime on the links

By Michael Bamberger

Nick's News

Faldo goes to the ladies over the Tour

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Mark Wood

Stick Up For Rick

The criticism of Rick Smith is unfair and inaccurate

By Jason Guss

NBA PLAYOFFS

The Champ Is Here

Sorry, Pistons, but the NBA title will be decided in the Western Conference semifinal between the Suns and the Spurs, two teams with more in common than you might think

By Jack McCallum

Horse Racing

Street Cred

Unsung Calvin Borel had the ride of his life as Street Sense rallied to win the Kentucky Derby, validating the unconventional moves of an owner and trainer

By Tim Layden

Tennis

Your Court Or Mine

In a loopy run-up to the French Open and Wimbledon, No. 1 Roger Federer and No. 2 Rafael Nadal played an exhibition on a half-grass (Federer's favorite) and half-clay (Nadal's specialty) surface. Advantage ... Nadal?

By L. Jon Wertheim

BOXING

Failure to Launch

The two most compelling boxers of their time. A $19 million gate. Jack and J-Lo. Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s victory over Oscar De La Hoya had everything boxing could want--except for the thrills inside the ring that could revive this sagging sport

By Richard Hoffer

NHL PLAYOFFS

Can You Win a Cup with This Guy?

Don't dismiss Anaheim's undersized Andy McDonald. He's not a prototypical top-line center, but his grit and firepower have him wired to battle Detroit in the conference finals

By Austin Murphy

His Body As Evidence

An offensive wiz, Ottawa's strapping Jason Spezza has thrown himself into playing defense

By Michael Farber

BASEBALL

One Sizemore Fits All

By Tom Verducci

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

The NFL

By Peter King

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

Life of Reilly

Mia's Olympic Mettle

By Rick Reilly

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