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L.A. STORIES

FIT FOR THE KING

By Lee Jenkins

GO WEST, BIG MAN

By Jack McCallum

FANTASTIC VOYAGE

By Lee Jenkins

NOW ON SI TV

NOW ON SI TV

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

INBOX

INBOX

FASHIONABLE FIFTY

ODELL BECKHAM JR

By Jamie Lisanti

LEWIS HAMILTON

LEBRON JAMES

By Charlotte Wilder

Shoe Stars

Signature sneakers dominate the floor during NBA games, but these ballers lace up off the court too, routinely flaunting a pair of killer kicks no matter what the ensemble

RUSSELL WILSON

By Greg Bishop

MARCEDES LEWIS

LINDSEY VONN

PK SUBBAN

JAMES HARDEN

VENUS WILLIAMS

Fresh Faces

From rookies jumping into the fashion game to breakout performances from the more experienced, watch out for the next wave of tastemakers on the style scene

WORLD CUP 2018

GIVE PIECE A CHANCE

By Grant Wahl

FIVE WORLD CUP SET PIECES THAT MOVED THE NEEDLE

By LUIS MIGUEL ECHEGARAY

MIDSEASON REPORT

THE UNFORTUNATE GREATNESS OF MIKE TROUT

By Tom Verducci

QUICK PITCHES

By Emma Baccellieri

DEADLINE DEALS ALL THE RIGHT MOVES

By Joe Sheehan

EAGLES O-LINE

ON THE LINE

By ALEX PREWITT

KIRK GIBSON

TAMED FURY

By S.L. Price

POINT AFTER

TROUBLING TREND

By CHRIS NOWINSKI

Departments

WARRIOR MIND-SET

THE NBA IS BROKEN—BUT DON'T BLAME ONE TEAM FOR TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT

By ANDREW SHARP

UPON FURTHER REVIEW

The World Cup's most successful debutant wasn't Iceland or Panama—it was the video assistant referee. VAR rectified major errors in Russia (think twice before your next dive, Neymar), but victims of poor officiating didn't always have the luxury of replay review. We looked back at some infamous Cup calls and assessed their influence on the tournament.

By Stanley Kay

THE MAPLE LEAFS

By ALEX PREWITT

Best Coast Bias

WITH LEBRON HEADED TO L.A., THE NBA'S BALANCE OF POWER HAS TILTED EVEN FARTHER TO THE WEST

OPEN SEASON

HONOR ROLL

THE GATORADE HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES OF THE YEAR WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON JULY 17, AND IF PAST WINNERS ARE ANY INDICATION, PRO SUCCESS COULD SOON FOLLOW

WILL TO SUCCEED

AS COACH AND MENTOR, JAY WILLIAMS DRAWS ON HIS STRUGGLES, TO INSPIRE A TEAM

LONG LANGER

THE 60-YEAR-OLD CAN STILL KILL IT OFF THE TEE

By Joan Niesen

FACES IN THE CROWD

Edited by JEREMY FUCHS