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GOLF PLUS

American Beauty

By Alan Shipnuck

INBOX

INBOX

KYLE WILTJER

Zigging For the Zags

FORWARD KYLE WILTJER TOOK AN UNUSUAL TURN WHEN HE LEFT KENTUCKY FOR SPOKANE, BUT THE MOVE WEST HAS BEEN A BOON TO HIS GAME. NOW, CAN HE BOOST GONZAGA'S FORTUNES IN MARCH?

By Phil Taylor

DAYTONA 500

THE KID COMES OF AGE

Joey Logano survived a gut check over the final laps to win the Daytona 500, a victory that fulfilled the 24-year-old's much-ballyhooed promise, signaled a shake-up among the sport's elite and helped NASCAR rebound from a dark and troubled stretch

By Andrew Lawrence

NFL

INDY JONES

Every year NFL prospects, coaches, GMs and insiders descend upon Indianapolis, and what unfolds—on the field, at the podium, in the lobbies and the bars—is the foundation of a new season. Here are SI's eight biggest takeaways from the 2015 combine

By Greg Bishop

NHL

Doubling Down on A Second Chance

The Predators have bet big and lost before. (Peter Forsberg, anyone?) But their latest and riskiest gamble—on troubled center Mike Ribeiro—has them positioned for something never seen in Nashville: a long playoff run

By Sarah Kwak

GIANCARLO STANTON

Miami Masterpiece

Jeffrey Loria knows big-ticket collectibles, but the Marlins' owner and notable art dealer outdid himself when he gave Giancarlo Stanton the biggest contract in sports history. Baseball's best power hitter could have gotten paid anywhere—so why did he take the Marlins' money?

By Ben Reiter

MINOR LEAGUE HOOPS

WE BOUGHT A TEAM!

By Alexander Wolff

POINT AFTER

The Lure of 10,000 Lakes

By Steve Rushin

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Double Deals

A busy NBA trade deadline has impacts beyond the teams making swaps

By Matt Dollinger

THE NEXT KELLY

Eleven-time ASP world champ Kelly Slater is going strong at 43, but as the 2015 surfing season kicks off on Saturday with the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast event in Queensland, Australia, it's time to think about who will be the next face of the sport. Here's how the two most likely candidates stack up.

By Megan Hart

Pay Pals

Why Floyd-Manny happened

By Chris Mannix

The Butler Did It

The strange days of a Super Bowl hero

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FACES IN THE CROWD

Edited By Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Interview by Dan Patrick

The Case for ... The Seller's Market

By Sam Page

Words with ... Tim Howard

The U.S. and Everton keeper, who starred in the 2014 World Cup, opens up about the President, publishing and the price of greatness

By Grant Wahl