All Bruce Newman Stories
Better by Leaps and Bounds
Julius Erving and the other 76ers had a high old time in taking a 3-0 lead over L.A. in the NBA finals
Where Have You Gone, Roger Staubach?
Embroiled in a quarterback dustup and beset by drug rumors, Dallas needs to find a leader—and quick
A Family Tradition
Notre Dame's John and Portland's Jim Paxson are following firmly in their father's basketball footsteps
When late-blooming Tedy Bruschi began his football career in high school, he was so innocent of the game's conventions that he put on his ...
A Championship Season
Sometime after Julius Erving became Dr. J and before he became Dr. Heathcliff Huxtableâ€”probably just prior to those rebellious Dr.
No flinching allowed
"Destructive accidents" and drivers flying across the finish line ahead of their wild and unpredictable craft are as much a part of drag boat racing as rooster tails
A Big-Name Pitcher
Orel Leonard Hershiser IV has become a premier hurler despite an odd handle and a baby face
AND THE STREAK GOES ON
Not long ago Ann-Michael Holland became the envy of her kindergarten class at St. Anne's-Belfield School by bringing two prized objects to ...
Oh, What Might Have Been
George McGinnis, a transcendent star in his day, is now playing out the string in Indiana
CAN THE NBA SAVE ITSELF?
On the eve of its 37th season, the league is faced with spiraling costs, limited revenues and a possible strike—which may be the owners' best ...
MOVIN' AND GROOVIN' IN DALLAS
All day long Tampa Bay Quarterback Doug Williams had seen the hands coming at him, the big swaddled paws of the Dallas Cowboys' front ...
THE GAMES THEY PLAY IN PARADISE
There are few places on earth that come closer to one's idea of paradise than Tahiti. Its position is fixed in the mind's eye, an expanse of sand ...
FOR PENN, THE PRICE WAS RIGHT
It was a nice ceremony, sort of peaceful and dignified right up to the end, when Penn Guard James Salters stepped up to the free-throw line and ...
The Mets were battlin' and bussin'
The feud between New York Mets rightfielder Darryl Strawberry and first baseman Keith Hernandez had been building for almost two years.
The Lakers Danced Up A Storm
L.A. reeled off two lopsided wins and held a 3-2 edge over the 76ers
GETTING CAUGHT IN A CALL SQUALL
There was trouble right there in Anna, Ill. when Charlie Sullivan showed up with his complicated contraption. He lost some friends in winning ...
In the heat of the Knight
Bob Knight made some odd moves, drawing boos from Indiana's fans