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GOLF PLUS
Great Divide
AT THE PLAYERS, TIGER WOODS TURNED IN ANOTHER BREATHTAKING PERFORMANCE, YET HIS VICTORY WAS TEMPERED BY A SOAP-OPERA SIDESHOW WITH A LONGTIME ADVERSARY
Friend Bequest
AFTER LEARNING HIS CHILDHOOD BUDDY HAD DIED IN A CAR ACCIDENT, RYAN PALMER PLAYED ON AND TURNED IN HIS BEST SHOWING AT TPC SAWGRASS
LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
NBA PLAYOFFS
HANGIN' WITH THE GRIZZ
FOR SEVEN DAYS SI WENT BEHIND THE SCENES WITH MEMPHIS AS THE WESTERN CONFERENCE CONTENDERS IMPROVISED A GAME PLAN FOR THE THUNDER, BOUNCED BACK FROM A GRUELING DEFEAT—AND GOT THEIR HAIR CUT JUST RIGHT
SPECIAL REPORT
What Still Ails Penn State
AT A TIME WHEN FOOTBALL SAFETY HAS NEVER BEEN MORE SCRUTINIZED, CHANGES IN THE UNIVERSITY'S ONCE-EXEMPLARY MEDICAL CARE BELIE PROMISES TO REIN IN THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT AND OPERATE TRANSPARENTLY
FORTUNATE FIFTY
Fortunate 50
SI'S 10TH ANNUAL LIST OF THE MOST HIGHLY COMPENSATED ATHLETES IN THE U.S IS HEADLINED BY A BOXER BUT DOMINATED BY BASEBALL PLAYERS, WHO OCCUPY EXACTLY HALF THE SPOTS
MATT HARVEY
The Dark Knight of Gotham
Baseball belongs to young power arms, the most fascinating of which is the Mets' Matt Harvey. Armed with four plus pitches--and a chip on his shoulder from a draft slight six years ago--he just might end up owning a Yankees town.
POINT AFTER
Departments
Misfit Boys Of Summer
Migrating former All-Stars like Dontrelle Willis are landing on Long Island for one last fling with the minor league Ducks
Troubled Waters
After a fatal practice crash, the question is: Are the new America's Cup boats just too dangerous?
Ah, the Beautiful Game
Some of the stories you might have missed from the past month in the wild world of soccer
The Next Next Next One
Every generation produces a prodigy tapped to be the new face of hockey. So here comes Connor McDavid, who at 16 looks like the heir to Orr, Gretzky and Crosby
The Surest Things
Teen phenoms don't always pan out—Alexandre Daigle, anyone?—but these alltime greats couldn't miss