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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

PIT CREW CHALLENGE

Justin Verlander

As told to Ben Reiter

WHO'S Hot / WHO'S Not

The Circus Formerly Known as Cycling

Last week Floyd Landis brought new meaning to the phrase Insane Clown Posse

By Austin Murphy

For the Record

A History of Sports Vows

Some have regretted saying, "If you [blank], I'll [blank]"

Local Girl Goes 117--0

A tennis ace who chose public school over private academies caps a perfect career

Cutting Remarks

By Lisa Altobelli

Double Threat

The Hoover twins mix showbiz with lacrosse

By Joe Lemire

THE QUESTIONS WITH Lindsey Hunter

PISTONS GUARD

A Very Good Year

Three Red Sox enter the world of wine

By Lisa Altobelli

Can Passive Be Massive?

A new video game league bets it can draw like poker

By Joe Lemire

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

SI Update

Danelle Ballengee

By Joe Lemire

Faces in the Crowd

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus

Top Dawg

All of Zach Johnson's Tour victories, including last week's at the AT&T Classic, have come in Georgia. If he can win one more there--the season-ending Tour Championship--he could wind up as player of the year

By John Garrity

Third Annual Junior Player Survey

What do the kids think?SI recently asked 70 teenage boys and girls, all serious golfers, for their opinions on equipment, politics and Barry Bonds--and if they think Phil Mickelson will win the career Grand Slam

Even Golf Is Booming In Bangalore

Having started from scratch, the game is catching on among the upwardly mobile citizens of the city that's synonymous with India's economic ascendancy

By Rick Lipsey

Home Rule

Harrington's the toast of Ireland

By Jim Gorant

Big Play with John Elliot

By John Elliot

Texas Mess

Charity, tradition and Lone Star pride suffer on the new PGA Tour

By Art Stricklin

Baseball

Turbulent Heir

Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder may look like a chunk off the old block, but he's determined to prove that any resemblance to his father, Cecil, ends with his prodigious home runs

By Albert Chen

NBA PLAYOFFS

How The West Will Be Won

Even with a latter-day Stockton and Malone and the same coach who guided the originals, the Cinderella Jazz will be hard-pressed to stop a Spurs team gunning for its fourth title since 1999

By Jack McCallum

Not Quite Ready Yet

LeBron James will be taught another lesson in winning basketball by the team that ended his 2006 season

By Ian Thomsen

HORSE RACING

Party Crasher

Just when it looked as if the sport could celebrate another bid to end the Triple Crown drought, Curlin came of age and ran down Street Sense to win the Preakness in a record-tying time

By Tim Layden

NHL PLAYOFFS

The Stylish Senator Emery

The coolest player in the NHL is Ray Emery, a flashy-dressing, insect-eating, goon-battling goaltender who has helped carry Ottawa to the Stanley Cup finals

By Michael Farber

Mixed Martial Arts

The New Main Event

The rising interest in mixed martial arts is tied to ULTIMATE FIGHTING, which changed its ways to gain acceptance. Now its success is changing the sports landscape

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

Track and Field

By Tim Layden

NASCAR

By Mark Beech

Life of Reilly

Lapping It Up At Indy

By Rick Reilly

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