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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

The Burden of Excellence

Most opponents wish they could play like the "slumping" Roger Federer

By L. Jon Wertheim

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Wiser, Cleaner, Poorer

After a ban that cost him millions, Chris Andersen returns

By Chris Mannix

Rashard Lewis

As told to Chris Mannix

Rising Up

A film recalls pioneering players and coaches

By Kostya Kennedy

The Beat

By Arash Markazi

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

SI, Feb. 25, 2008 Update

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 1

The Real Dope: IT'S NOT JUST SPORTS

Athletes who take performance-improving drugs make all the headlines. But the culture of personal physical enhancement has pushed the use of steroids and HGH everywhere—from Hollywood to the music industry to your next-door neighbor who doesn't want to grow old. Don't blame only the jocks

By Jack McCallum

The ABC's of HGH

Don't know human growth hormone from anabolic steroids? Here's a guide

By David Epstein

Youth Movement

Aging Boomers like the Harts are using PEDs to reinvigorate their lives

By Jack McCallum

STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 2

The Godfather

"If you wanted to cheat, this guy, working out of a little post office in Alabama, was the guy. Tony Fitton was doctor and pharmacist."

By L. Jon Wertheim

STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 3

The Future

Think performance enhancers are a problem now? Welcome to the era of the genetically engineered superathlete

By David Epstein

PRO BASKETBALL

L.A.'s Story

The Superstar wanted out. The Coach might have followed. But after the G.M. pulled off a blockbuster, the Lakers now hope for a Hollywood ending

By Jack McCallum

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Going Gaga For 'Gody

Don't be fooled by Luke Harangody's lineman physique and hard-nosed game. Notre Dame's deceptively agile strongman could have the Irish and their fans dancing deep into March

By Luke Winn

A Herd of Hoosiers

Notre Dame is one of several ranked teams from Indiana that could emerge as an NCAA tournament dark horse

By Caitlin Moscatello

PRO FOOTBALL

TOP OF HIS GAME

"It Was Never About Me"

By Alan Shipnuck

Living Day to Day

Even among U.S. Special Forces soldiers in a war zone, Brett Favre's retirement resonated

By Peter King

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

College Basketball

By Bill Trocchi

Baltimore Bullets

By Sarah Kwak

The NHL

By Michael Farber

Pierre McGuire's In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

Point After

Other Players' Money

By Chris Ballard

Departments

Leading Off

Time to Get Real

The steroid debate must go far beyond sports

By Terry McDonell

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