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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

By Mark Beech

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

PAUL GEORGE

THERE'S HOPE, BY GEORGE

NO PLAYER HAS TAKEN A BIGGER STEP FORWARD THIS SEASON THAN FORWARD PAUL GEORGE, WHICH IS WHY EVEN WITHOUT THEIR BEST SCORER, THE TENACIOUS PACERS ARE A CREDIBLE THREAT TO THE HEAT

By Lee Jenkins

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS

Caliornia Dreamin' On Such a Winter's Game

THE NHL'S SUN-BELT STRATEGY HASN'T ALWAYS WORKED (JUST LOOK AT PHOENIX AND ATLANTA ... ER, WINNIPEG), BUT IT HAS BEEN BOFFO IN THE GOLDEN STATE, WHERE THE TEAMS ARE STRONG AND THE TALENT RUNS DEEP

By Austin Murphy

Golden Dates

A brief history of hockey's high (and low) times in California

By Sarah Kwak

COLLEGE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR 2013

COLLEGE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR 2013

By Alexander Wolff

LOREN SHEALY

By Kelli Anderson

KYLE DAKE

By Luke Winn

SPECIAL REPORT

The Beautiful Game, Turned Ugly

FOR REFEREE RICARDO PORTILLO, SOCCER WAS LIFE—UNTIL, WITH ONE SWIFT PUNCH FROM A 17-YEAR-OLD PLAYER, IT BROUGHT DEATH. NOW TWO FAMILIES, A SHATTERED COMMUNITY AND THE WIDER SPORTS WORLD ASK, WHAT WENT WRONG?

By Melissa Segura

THE CARDINAL WAY

Birds on a Power Line

A PROGRAM OF MEASURED BUT CONSTANT EVOLUTION HAS MADE THE CARDINALS A MODEL OF CONSISTENT EXCELLENCE, AND THEIR LATEST BID TO STAY AHEAD OF THE GAME IS BRINGING A HEAT WAVE TO ST. LOUIS

By Ben Reiter

Life On the Farm

By Albert Chen

POINT AFTER

The Joy Of Six

By Steve Rushin

Departments

Boxed In, Squeezed Out

After two years, it's clear the NFL's CBA is a raw deal for good young players (sorry, Mr. Wilson) and big-name free agents (still on hold, Mr. Urlacher)

By Andrew Brandt

HOT | NOT

Headed South

Fox Sports 1 takes on SportsCenter with a Canadian one-two

By Richard Deitsch

Bye Bye Becks

Through the years with the recently retired David Beckham

Grappling with Change

With a historic meet in an unusual setting, wrestlers sought to get their sport back on the Olympic track

By Brian Cazenueve

Ken Venturi 1931--2013

The stylish and stalwart 1964 Open champ turned TV voice was an icon of golf's greatest generation

By Michael Bamberger

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Indy Drama

If the beginning of the season is any indication, the show at the Brickyard could be the best in years

By Lars Anderson

The Case for ... Djokovic In Paris

By L. Jon Wertheim