All Bruce Newman Stories
Magic Faces the Music
After his playoff woes of '84, Earvin (Magic) Johnson is under pressure, as the beat picks up this time around
Up against the Wall Once More
For 11 seasons he has stood at the center of his own remarkable universe, unwavering in his consistency. The only time Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ...
Where Have You Gone, Roger Staubach?
Embroiled in a quarterback dustup and beset by drug rumors, Dallas needs to find a leader—and quick
Hero Of A Showdown In Motown
The magnificence of Bernard King was a real revelation as the Knicks popped the Pistons in the playoffs
They're Not Just Good, They're Perfect
After taking Phoenix in four games, Los Angeles kept its playoff slate clean by sweeping San Antonio and the West
He's No Longer the Talk of the Town
With a new lady on his arm and a bigger contract in his hand, Washington's Joe Theismann, who was once known as King Quote, is now strangely silent
Together at Center Stage
Score '1' for Magic Johnson in his duel with Larry Bird as L.A. stunned Boston in the opener of the Finals
Flying to the Top
Indiana State's 18-0 record is the best in the country and so is its 6-foot-9 forward, Larry Bird, but hardly anyone seems to be aware of it
The Roots Of Greatness
Motivated by the preachings of a noble mama and propelled by his mighty legs, Earl Campbell has left plank-shack poverty far behind. But the man who was the NFL rushing leader as a rookie never forgets to look back
From his position as inside linebacker for the Miami Dolphins, John Offerdahl has often looked across the line of scrimmage and seen panic in ...
Seismologists say that this could be the year of the big quake in Southern California, but if the LOS ANGELES LAKERS don't rumble in 1982, ...
George Lynch has been sneaking up on people his whole life. Actually, longer than his whole life. He sneaked up on his mother, who didn't ...
Last Thursday the man of the moment was on his way to make the news of the moment in Aspen, Colo.—"news," in this case, being loosely ...
Two years ago David Vaughn arrived at Memphis State after a high school career that had made him one of the most-touted recruits in the ...
Black, White—And Gray
Piston Dennis Rodman's life was complicated by racial matters long before his inflammatory words about Larry Bird
WORTH THE WEIGHT
When the association of tennis professionals (ATP) declared "Serfs up!" in 1988 and decided to run the men's tour by itself beginning this year, ...
A Family Tradition
Notre Dame's John and Portland's Jim Paxson are following firmly in their father's basketball footsteps