MORE THAN HALFWAY THROUGH THE SEASON, THE CAN'T-LOSE LAKERS ARE A TOTAL MESS, FOUR GAMES BELOW .500. IN THIS TOWN OF EPIC DISASTER FLICKS, WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT COACH MIKE D'ANTONI PLAYS SCRIPT DOCTOR AND TURNS THIS FIASCO INTO A COMEBACK STORY?
O.K., Bryce Harper, as a rookie you put up the best season by a teenager in history. Guess what? It's time for you—and the rest of last year's smashing rookie class—to do it again. Now about that sophomore jinx ...
By Tom Verducci
New faces, new places and the usual questions that mark the beginning of spring training. Anybody need an outfielder, for starters?
By Joe Sheehan
SWINGMAN KEVIN PARROM HAS REBOUNDED FROM TRAGEDY, INJURY AND A SHOOTING. AFTER THAT, LEADING NO. 12 ARIZONA IS A SNAP
What can Rajon Rondo do next? Lead the league in triple doubles (again). Average more assists than anyone (again). And maybe prove that his team is not better off without him. Oh yeah—and do it all after rehabbing a torn ACL
By Lee Jenkins
By Phil Taylor
Oscar Pistorius carefully cultivated an image that squared with his inspirational story. In the face of murder charges against the Blade Runner, his supporters are sticking to that narrative
The buildup for the April draft begins in earnest with this week's scouting combine in Indianapolis, the league's annual job fair for 300-plus aspirants. Here are four reasons to pay attention to what unfolds at Lucas Oil Stadium
By Don Banks
Edited by Alexandra Fenwick
By Dan Patrick
A new car design and a grid full of proven winners hungry for a title should make for a down-to-the-wire finish, but in a season of flux look for Mr. Five Time to add another