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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Notes from the Underground

Brace yourself for a bumper crop of topflight indie sports films

By Adam Duerson

Too Young to Go Steady?

College coaches now recruit grade-schoolers. How hard is it to say no?

By Andy Staples

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Surge Policy

Evaluating a walk year is a risky business

Boo Weekley

As told to Farrell Evans

The Right Stuff

Personal treasures enliven a new museum

By Sarah Kwak

The Beat

By Arash Markazi

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

SI, Feb. 28, 2005 Update

By Rebecca Shore

Faces in the Crowd

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

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A Fresh Breeze

Absent the Tour's star attraction, the Players Championship turned into a howling battle of survival between the star who couldn't putt straight (Sergio García) and the likable but unlikely journeyman (Paul Goydos)

By Michael Bamberger

Old Masters

Until the very end, the kids had a devil of a time dislodging a trio of veterans from the top of the Players' leader board

By John Garrity

Game On

The LPGA heats up for summer

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Tom Patri

Two For the Road

I came to know Tiger Woods better after I began to run

By Michael Bamberger

MOTOR SPORTS

Forget the Hype

Danica Patrick has been racing for 17 tough years and now faces the strongest 500 field in a generation. But she believes this is her time

By Lars Anderson

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS

Winning In Style

Changing the color of his pads was just one step in the remaking of Pittsburgh goalie Marc-André Fleury, who now plays the puck with more confidence and is keeping the Penguins on the road to the finals

By Michael Farber

NBA PLAYOFFS

Kobe and the Bench Mob

A foursome of feisty (and variously coiffed) players who embrace their role as a backup act are the key to the Lakers' championship hopes

By Jack McCallum

WNBA PREVIEW

Sparks Are Flying

This isn't your daddy's WNBA anymore, as independent owners take over key teams—including L.A.—and an influx of new and returning stars promise the most competitive season ever

By Kelli Anderson

How They'll Finish

The Shock will jolt the East; the Sparks will light up the West

By Andrew Lawrence

BASEBALL

May Days

Ping-Pong, pool time and a humbling nine-game road trip for a team on the verge: SI went along for the ride and an exclusive inside look at the young and talented Brewers

By Lee Jenkins

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Inside: The Week In Sports

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

Baseball Prospectus Unconventional Wisdom

By Joe Sheehan

Olympic Sports

By Brian Cazeneuve

Point After

Inconvenient Truths

By Chris Ballard

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