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GOLF PLUS

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Ready for The Call

By Michael Bamberger

No Kidding Around

Young Aussie Jason Day got his first Tour win, but Dallas teen Jordan Spieth stole the show at the Nelson

By Gary Van Sickle

Teeing Off

Good Lord

The legend's wife reveals what it was like to live with Byron Nelson

By Peggy Nelson

Silent Types

By Brandel Chamblee

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Moving Men?

Two months before the trade deadline, there are several new names on the list of players likely to be dealt

By Jon Heyman

Enemy Lines

By Joe Sheehan

Last Chance?

With Kurt Warner gone, Matt Leinart has one more opportunity—maybe—to prove to Arizona that he's a starter

By Jim Trotter

Know Your Foe

Over the past six months the U.S. has gone to the ends of the earth to bone up on its World Cup opponents

By Grant Wahl

ARMSTRONG AND LANDIS

Big Trouble

Lance Armstrong vigorously denied allegations by disgraced ex-teammate Floyd Landis that they doped together before past Tours de France. But unlike earlier accusations against Armstrong, these have drawn the interest of a tenacious federal investigator

By Austin Murphy

NBA PLAYOFFS

Beware Boston's Big 4

The weak link on the Celtics' last title winner, point guard Rajon Rondo is now carrying the team toward the Finals

By Ian Thomsen

NBA DRAFT

The Education Of Gordon Hayward

It's been a wild ride for the darling of the NCAA tournament, who went from mid-major star to major NBA prospect

By Kelli Anderson

NHL PLAYOFFS

Large and In Charge

By Michael Farber

Killing Them Softly

A man of few words, Flyers captain Mike Richards has turned his team around by dishing out big hits

By Brian Cazeneuve

BASEBALL

Hanley Being Hanley

By L. Jon Wertheim

TRACK AND FIELD

Spikes On the Ground

By David Epstein

2010 WORLD CUP

The World At His Feet

With its famously erratic coach, two-time World Cup champion Argentina might be the most unpredictable team headed to South Africa, but it has one weapon every other country fears: The best player on the planet

By S.L. Price

Point After

Turning Off Tobacco Road

By Selena Roberts

Departments

Letters

Can He Be Serious?

John McEnroe says his new academy will invigorate U.S. tennis. First serve: skepticism

By S.L. Price

Who's Hot Who's Not

The Pop Culture Grid

Sixer Fixer?

In need of a major jolt, Philadelphia looks to a familiar turnaround artist

By Chris Mannix

For the Record

Career Days

By Andrew Lawrence

Touching 'Em All

Mapping the blasts from Jamie Moyer's past

From Bubba to Brett?

Dennis Quaid's sports dream role? A Viking saga

By Connell Barrett

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Faces in the Crowd

Off the Schneid

After 20 L's, a Nats fan is a witness to wins

By Phil Taylor

The Vault

PETER KING'S Things I Think I Think

SI's fearless NFL expert opines on all the latest news, buzz and inside information. This is just a taste of what you'll get online.

By Peter King