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32 The Masters

Danny Willett won with a flawless final round, but Jordan Spieth's collapse is the enduring memory

By Alan Shipnuck


40 The Warriors

Their historic run made believers out of everyone

By Chris Ballard


50 Alex Ovechkin

The Great 8 is ready to end his—and the Capitals'—great wait

By Alex Prewitt


58 Breanna Stewart

What it's like to be a four-time NCAA champ, in her own words

As told to Richard Deitsch


64 Jason Pierre-Paul

In an SI exclusive, the Giants star relives a life-changing accident

By Jason Buckland

Fashionable 50

Flip Cover

Athletes have long been on the leading edge of the fashion conversation. Now, as the two worlds cross paths more than ever, SI unveils its first Fashionable 50 list, honoring the sports world's most stylish figures

By Jamie Lisanti


70 NFL vs. College

Is college ball really preparing kids for the pros?

By Greg A. Bedard and Andy Staples

82 Carson Wentz

The top QB prospect keeps a low profile

By Greg Bishop

86 Noah Spence

The defensive end is trying to regain the NFL's trust

By Andy Staples

90 Draft Guide

A position-by-position look at the best players available

By Chris Burke

106 Senior Bowl

Behind the scenes at Mobile's five-day football carnival

By Albert Chen

112 Mock Draft

How one expert sees the first two rounds playing out

By Chris Burke


4 SI Digital

6 Leading Off

12 Inbox

15 Scorecard

26 Faces in the Crowd

28 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: Jack Nicklaus on Augusta memories, family and haggis

116 Point After

Cardale Jones: What it's like to wait for that call from an NFL team


Photograph by Robert Beck For Sports Illustrated

SAY AMEN Jordan Spieth held a one-shot lead as he teed off on the par-3 12th hole at Augusta National on Sunday. What happened next became an indelible part of the haunted history of Amen Corner.