Jim Mackay, the caddie for Phil Mickelson, dissects the remarkable shots that fueled his boss's third Masters win
Dan Jenkins isn't really a racist, he simply refuses to deal with change
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Unheralded Sergio Martínez put on a terrific show against favored Kelly Pavlik to take the 160-pound title
By Chris Mannix
He wants to play. Several teams need a bat. So why can't an aging but still productive slugger find a job?
By Ben Reiter
By Joe Sheehan
The rich get richer as Hendrick Motorsports lands top free-agent-to-be and fan favorite Kasey Kahne for 2012
With seven starting quarterbacks returning in the Pac-10, the conference title race is truly up in the air
NFL Draft Preview
After surgery and a long football layoff, Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford has had plenty to prove—to scouts, to himself—in the run-up to April 22. Now he's ready to show he has what it takes to carry a franchise
By Damon Hack
In some draft years the quarterback pool is weak; in others it's a bonanza of future Hall of Famers and franchise passers. How will 2010 measure up to these five great quarterback hauls?
By Peter King
Strap in for an extra-long show this year—and for plenty of first-round surprises
By Peter King
By Albert Chen
By keying an epic comeback, Alex Ovechkin put an end to his post-Olympic fade
By Sarah Kwak
Get a TO, baby! But then you better know what to do with it. Because in the NBA postseason, what happens during a timeout can decide which team wins a series
By Lee Jenkins
THE BRYAN BROTHERS
By Phil Taylor
Have the NHL and the Capitals given short shrift to an investigation related to steroids?
A slippery slope, counselor! Skiing's golden girl acts her showbiz dream
By Tim Layden
A trio of Yanks have a revolutionary vision for Dominican baseball
By Dan Patrick
Edited by Elizabeth McGarr
An amputee bravely returns to the mound
SI's lead baseball writer takes you deeper inside the game. This is just a taste of what you'll get online.
By Tom Verducci