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SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR: Mike Krzyzewski / SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR: Pat Summitt
The two winningest coaches in Division I college basketball history (907 for him, 1,075 for her) have more in common than just extraordinary success. For reaching far beyond their campuses and refusing to be defined by their genders, SI honors them together
Dean Smith: 1997 Sportsman of the Year
Fanfare For An Uncommon Man: He became the winningest college basketball coach of all time and capped an exemplary career with a graceful retirement. For all that we honor North Carolina's Dean Smith
Cirque De L.A. Kobe Bryant couldn't persuade Mike Krzyzewski to join the Lakers, who showed they'll jump through hoops to keep their star happy
Now that Mike Krzyzewski has said no to Kobe, something that Lakers owner Jerry Buss and general manager Mitch Kupchak have been ...
MIKE KRZYZEWSKI THE DUKE COACH TALKS ABOUT THE PRICE OF SUCCESS AND HIS RETURN TO COURTSIDE
And as Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski found out last season,there's much not to like about how outsized success caninfluence your life.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's divine spirit and working-class ethics have forged an exemplary college basketball program.
By trading Shaquille O'Neal and keeping Kobe Bryant, the Lakers dropped the curtain on the NBA's most riveting soap opera. (Can you hear the applause all over the West?)
LeBron James: 2012 Sportsman of the Year
There is still one last frontier to conquer, but the premier talent of his generation reached several others in 2012—a ring, a second gold, a third MVP—and started to win back a public curdled by his regrettable Decision ... and that one last frontier, he's coming for it, coming for it real soon
One Team, 25 Years On
In a first-ever comprehensive survey of football's long-term effects on an entire NFL roster, SI polled the former members of the 1986 Bengals, whose physical and psychological conditions a quarter century later range from near complete normalcy to near total disability. But no matter their current hardships, the vast majority say they have no regrets
Duke's Christian Laettner is pivotman and paradox: agile giant, trash-talking preppy, angelic bruiser