Showing 1 - 10 of 2020 Stories for Michael Lebrecht
LeBron Act II
He's the Cavaliers' leader and an MVP candidate--and deep down, at 21, still a kid. LeBron James charges into the second phase of his unparalleled career with his playoff debut this weekend
A Star (Who Happens To Be A Gorgeous 6-Foot Blonde With Blistering Strokes) Is Born
As soon as Maria Sharapova claimed her Wimbledon title, agents, tour reps, p.r. people and TV bookers swung into action
It was harder than he ever expected, but with a bravura performance in the postseason LeBron James made good on his vow to bring a title to South Beach. Will it be the first of many?
The Panic Room
For some, that was Radio City Music Hall on Day 1 of the draft. (Hey there, Geno Smith!) For others, it was a tense conference chamber 900 miles away, where the future of one NFC West climber hinged on a series of ballsy gambles—and whether an antique gold coin would bring a little bit of luck
The King AND US
This became clear when our photographer, Michael LeBrecht, straddled James to get a portrait shot. At which point LeBron ripped off a long, ...
The Well-Guarded Guard
It took three very tough and determined brothers to foster the talents of a young Derrick Rose and protect him from a miasma of Chicago gangs, dealers, hangers-on and, perhaps scariest of all, agents
The Photographers The best shooters are as competitive as the athletes they cover, so SI helps them keep score (and, yes, this list includes Joe DiMaggio, but, no, it's not the Yankee Clipper)
Michael J. LeBrecht II 5. Mickey Pfleger 5. Gerard Rancinan 5. Reuters 5. Manny Rubio 5. Carl Skalak 5. Dan Baliotti 4. Andrew D. Bernstein 4
A Patriot's Tale
New England guard Joe Andruzzi, brother of three city firemen, was reminded who the real heroes are
Why Can't Rutgers Ever Win?
Rutgers is the biggest school in New Jersey, a state swarming with good young players. Yet over the last decade the Scarlet Knights are 32-83-1. The coach says things are turning around. Many others on campus say it's time for the school to get out of the big-time football business.