On SI.comThe stories from Sports Illustrated's Oct. 29, 2012 issue
More from last week's SI issue.
Steve Nash and Dwight Howard
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the SI cover shoot with new Lakers Nash, Howard
More on the cover story: An ugly exit from Orlando Dwight Howard is showing everyone that he still has a fun-loving side. Read some notable items from Lee Jenkins'Sports Illustrated story
The NBA season is about to tip off. Get complete coverage of the 2012-13 NBA season, including an extended Enemy Lines version and the relaunch of our Point Forward blog, featuring Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney.
Enemy Lines:Rival scouts break down every team and many of the league's biggest stars.
More NBA content from SI.com
The Point Forward: Our NBA blog with Ben Golliver and Rob MahoneyMatt Dollinger:Who is No. 1 in our preseason Power Rankings?Chris Mannix:Fast Breaks: Team-by-team previews of the 2012-13 seasonNBA Division Previews:Atlantic | Central | Southeast | Southwest | Northwest | Pacific
Tim Layden talks to the only four kickers in NFL history to make a 63-yard field goal -- Tom Dempsey, David Akers, Jason Elam and Sebastian Janikowski -- in a special video feature with SI photographer Bill Frakes.
Chris Burke argues the road to 64 -- and beyond -- starts in the draft room. More and more, kickers are proving to be worth draft picks.
More NFL content from SI.com
Peter King:How Matthew Stafford can end his slumpDon Banks:NFL Power Rankings after Week 7Don Banks:More NFL GMs finding themselves on the hot seatChris Burke:Don't overlook Heath Miller: Rewatching Week 7's gamesKerry J. Byrne:Inside the Numbers: Redskins spoiling RGIII's historic seasonJim Trotter:Breaking down the NFL's major award races after Week 7Ndamukong Suh's most controversial moments
Get complete coverage of the World Series, including previews and analysis of every game -- plus postgame video reports from Tom Verducci.
SI.com's MLB Playoff Coverage | Full Postseason Schedule
A look back at memorable moments in MLB's World Series historyOctober surprises: A look back at memorable out-of-nowhere playoff heroesInfamous blown calls in baseball's postseason history