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AN UPLIFTING EXPERIENCE
The kid was 13 and running, trying to find a place to hide from the Washington, D.C. police, who were running just as fast and not far behind. He rounded the ...
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
A Different Drummer
After years of moody introspection, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is coming out of his shell. But whether at home, as here, or on a basketball court or in a roller disco, he still steps to the music he hears
Now, More Than Ever, A Winner
For 20 years of enduring excellence and a championship season that ranks among his greatest, SI honors Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with the traditional amphora given the Sportsman of the Year
In The Driver's Seat
Rookie Michael Jordan has quickly become Chicago's big wheel and the NBA's big deal at the box office
The Power Of LeBron
He outweighs centers and outruns guards. He is getting bigger, stronger and smarter—he even sees better. To appreciate the ways in which Cavaliers star LeBron James is evolving, first you have to break him down
The Question: Are you in accord with the Ivy League in its ban on spring football practice? (Answers by members of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Silver Anniversary All-America at the Touchdown Club Dinner in Washington, D.C.)
(Answers by members of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S Silver Anniversary All- America at the Touchdown Club Dinner in Washington, D.C.). By Jimmy Jemail.
John Hannah Doesn't Fiddle Around
At least not on the football field, where, says the author, his brains, brawn and speed have made him the top offensive lineman in NFL history
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
Playing With Pain FROM THE NAVAL ACADEMY TO D.C. HIGH SCHOOLS, THE PENTAGON ATTACK HIT CLOSE TO HOME FOR ATHLETES
over the Washington, D.C., area, last week unfolded as a surreal competition between televised horror and fall weather of such crisp beauty that it seemed a ...