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On And On And On And...
...on. Gordie Howe is skating in his fifth decade, and while his legs are not what they used to be, his heart, head—and elbows—are
Fathering out-of-wedlock kids has become commonplace among athletes, many of whom seem oblivious to the legal, financial and emotional consequences
Just Trying To Make An Indecent Wage
They hear New York Knicks center Patrick Ewing walk up to themicrophones and say, with a straight face, "We're fighting forour livelihood.
Fast and Loose
Even with Ken Griffey Jr. as the prize, the Reds wouldn't part with Pokey Reese, who's talented and unburdened by family dysfunction
How (and Why) Athletes Go Broke
Recession or no recession, many NFL, NBA and Major League Baseball players have a penchant for losing most or all of their money. It doesn't matter how much they make. And the ways they blow it are strikingly similar
Peyton Manning and Ryan Leaf are the class of the NFL draft, but experts say one of them stands head and shoulder pads above the other
Junior's Feeling Good
Free of injury (knock on wood), Ken Griffey Jr. powered toward 500 homers and boosted the surprising Reds to the top of the National League
Led by Kevin Garnett (the intense one) and Latrell Sprewell (the inspired one), the Timberwolves fought back against the up-and-down Lakers in the Western finals
Phil Jackson may invoke Sioux lore and zen mysticism in coaching Michael Jordan & Co., but the real message: Play smart basketball