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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Good Hands

The U.S.'s three World Cup keepers draw strength from Premier League experience and an unusual solidarity

By Grant Wahl

Walking Tall

The Braves are working counts and throwing strikes, so it's no surprise they lead the NL East—well, maybe a little

By Joe Sheehan

JOHN WOODEN • 1910--2010

Remembering The Wizard

A personal reminiscence of the greatest coach that college basketball has known, and the values and character that made him an equally accomplished man. There will never be another like him

By Alexander Wolff

NBA FINALS

L.A. X Factor

By Lee Jenkins

BASEBALL

A Different Kind of Perfect

Armando Galarraga lost a place in history, but he and Jim Joyce gave us something sweeter: a lesson in sportsmanship

By Tom Verducci

STANLEY CUP FINALS

A Cup Most Unkind

By Michael Farber

TENNIS

Seems Like Old Times

By S.L. Price

Making of a Quarterback

Tim Tebow The Making of a Quarterback

By Peter King

Point After

A Flight Of Fantasy

By Selena Roberts

Departments

Letters

Paradox of The Kid

Without the injuries, Ken Griffey Jr. might have been the best player of his era; so why did he seem a better fit for every era but his own?

By Joe Posnanski

Who's Hot Who's Not

A: Chris Haney

Who helped make Sports & Leisure a nontrivial category of Trivial Pursuit?

By Pablo S. Torre

For the Record

Ringless of Honor

Junior Griffey is the latest immortal to retire without a Series win

The Cup Runneth Over

Matches not enough? Spend stoppages with five soccer-themed entertainments

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Elizabeth McGarr

The Vault

Three Strikes

By Tom Verducci