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Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Open Questions
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED surveyed more than 50 Tour pros on everything from which major is the most fair to who beat Hogan in 1955
These Kids Are Alright
By battling back to beat the streaking Spurs, the young Thunder showed how much it has grown since last year's conference finals
Rough Draft
Four key questions heading into the June 28 selections, which are riddled with uncertainty—after the No. 1 pick
The Old World Order
Week 1 of the French Open, with so many dominant European players, proved that the center of the sport has moved to the Continent
Good As New
His no-hitter was special—but more impressive is that Johan Santana is just as effective after shoulder surgery as he was before
JOSH HAMILTON
THE CURSE OF BIGNESS
Josh Hamilton has outsized talents and grand plans for the free-agent windfall coming his way. But the Rangers' centerfielder also feels pressure to be larger than life. Through his faith, his family and a more studious approach to the game, he's learning bigger isn't always better
STANLEY CUP FINALS
JONATHAN AND THE AMERICANS
In a coast-to-coast series brimming with U.S.-born stars, no Yankee—no player, period—has shone as brightly as the Kings' soft-spoken goaltender, Jonathan Quick
ROAD TO BRAZIL
Now Is The Time In Soccer When We Dance
As World Cup qualifying begins for the U.S., coach Jurgen Klinsmann—joyous, intense, analytical, slightly off-kilter—is aiming for nothing less than a complete transformation of the game at all levels in America
BOXING
THE FIGHTER FINDS PEACE
He drank. He gambled. He cheated on his wife. Now, with the help of religion, Manny Pacquiao says he's a changed man. But will he be the same ruthless boxer?
U.S. DECATHLETES
FASTER HIGHER STRONGER
World's greatest athlete? Take your pick: In London, Americans Ashton Eaton, Bryan Clay and Trey Hardee could sweep the decathlon and return the spotlight to one of the Games' defining events
POINT AFTER
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