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The Man Behind the Man
Aggressive. Brash. Cocky. And that's what his friends call Aaron Goodwin, the most controversial agent in sports. He's also one of the most powerful—and the envy of his profession—since he landed LeBron James
TRAIL BLAZERS IN CALIFORNIA
DeWitt Nelson and Elmer Aldrich, chairman and executive officer respectively of the California Public Outdoor Recreation Plan Committee, placed the 80-page ...
'...But Can He Take A Hit?'
That was the annoying refrain as world-record holder Renaldo Nehemiah tried out the pros—and they him. In the end he chose the 49ers
The fate of New Orleans's NFL team took a backseat to scenes of despair
THE OUTDOOR WEEK
A government undercover agent in the wealthy Houston area risks his life to gather evidence on the illegal slaughter and sale of more than 200000 wildfowl.
With a stirring Sunday charge, a heady, steady Phil Mickelson won the Masters--and served notice that this long-awaited major victory may be the first of many
The Golden Goal
The U.S. went bonkers when Mike Eruzione's shot beat Vladimir Myshkin for the winning goal as America's Team stunned the once invincible Soviets en route to the Olympic title
The Shy Tycoon Who Owns 1/640th of the U.S.
George Weyerhaeuser's holdings (trees on map) may soon expand to 1/400th of the country. Musing on a stump, he ponders new ways in which his vast forests can contribute to conservation and recreation as well as timber profits
The Celtics' Fight for Survival
After a lackluster season and a slow start in the playoffs, Boston showed Atlanta some muscle