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True Britt

With a stunning eagle, Brittany Lincicome closed out an all-American final to win the LPGA's first major by a shot

By Alan Shipnuck

Prep Course

How Houston fared as Augusta Lite

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Steve Bosdosh

The Pepper Mill

By Dottie Pepper

Last Laughs

At Fuzzy's final Masters, his caddie remembers

By Jariah Beard

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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

The Kids Aren't Alright

They're getting hurt more than ever, often because parents push them too hard

By Mark Hyman

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Bear Essentials

Test your knowledge of Chicago's ongoing QB quest

Down with Divas!

By Peter King

A Study in Pain

A documentary examines an epic bout's legacy

By Richard O'Brien

Asia Major

By Joe Lemire

Game Plan

What smart fans should do this week

Jamie Foxx

The star of The Soloist, out April 24, has an R&B CD, Intuition, in stores

As told to Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

2009 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

Heavenly Heels

Ascension accomplished: In routing the home-state favorite, North Carolina netted its fifth national title and fulfilled its prodigious preseason promise

By Tim Layden

SI's 2009--10 Top 10

Here's our early projection of the teams who are the front-runners in the race to reach next year's Final Four in Indy

By Luke Winn

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

March Madness Comes to High School Hoops Is That a Good Thing?

Upstart Findlay Prep won the first edition of what ESPN hopes will be a national high school championship, but with its victory comes questions about the entire enterprise

By Phil Taylor

BASEBALL

Hanging in There Only in Baseball

A new season is all about possibilities, and nothing says anything is possible quite like a 46-year-old pitcher with an 82-mph fastball in a major league rotation. For the Phillies, there's no doubt Jamie Moyer is a deserving starter

By Michael Bamberger

HOCKEY

The Third Russian

Alexander Ovechkin and Evgeni Malkin may be the MVP favorites this season, but countryman Pavel Datsyuk of the Red Wings is the best all-around forward in the NHL

By Michael Farber

PRO BASKETBALL

Ronnie Being Ronnie

And that's just fine with the Rockets. As his abundant personality quirks have grown more amusing than alarming, Ron Artest has become—of all things—a stabilizing force

By Ian Thomsen

EVERT AND NORMAN

Star Attraction

At 54, Chris Evert and Greg Norman make each other feel like high school sweethearts, but can wedded bliss rejuvenate him enough to conquer Augusta National, the course that has haunted him?

By John Garrity

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

London Calling

If Sony Ericsson champ Andy Murray stays hot, Britain may get its first homegrown Wimbledon king since '36

By L. Jon Wertheim

LeBron's Time

SI's season-ending award picks include the first of what is likely to be many MVPs for the ever-improving James

By Chris Mannix

Closing Case

I Want Revenge stumbled out of the gate at the Wood, but a winning stretch run was a good tune-up for the Derby

By Elizabeth McGarr

Back Up Front

Overshadowed of late by little brother Kyle, former champ Kurt Busch is reasserting himself as a title contender

By Lars Anderson

Point After

To Not Know Him Is to Love Him

By Chris Ballard

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