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Picture Perfect Combining his favorite photos and memories, SI photographer Walter Iooss has created a work of art
If Walter Iooss doesn't have the best job in creation, the guy who does is having way too much fun. As an SI photographer, Iooss takes portraits of the world's ...
THE EDUCATION OF WALTER IOOSS JR.
The intrepid SI photographer spent the last 50 years shooting the biggest games, the greatest athletes and the most beautiful swimsuit models.
He's a trash-talking, leg-pulling, high-rolling, golf-playing black Republican who says whatever's on his mind and doesn't care what you think of him. Would you vote for him to be governor of Alabama?
For more than three decades the images of Walter Iooss Jr. have defined sports photography
Reason No. 1: This Dunk
Half a lifetime ago, a young Michael Jordan took the All-Star slam dunk title with a performance that finally won over his rivals. Here is the story of that memorable day
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
Center in a Storm
Despite the murder of seven of his co-religionists and the presence of a police escort, the masterful play of 7'2" Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has kept the injury-plagued Milwaukee Bucks on top of their division
Highly drafted catchers who can hit and play defense come around less often than playoff games at Camden Yards—which is why Baltimore has built a suddenly promising future around Matt Wieters. No two ways about it: The Orioles are sitting on the most sought-after commodity in the game.
The Plot Starts Here ... Showtime Starts Here
How LeBron James and Chris Bosh came to join Dwyane Wade in Miami.