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Chris Mannix

All Chris Mannix Stories

Apr 14, 2014

Maker's Lark

Thon Maker wants to be the Sudanese Kevin Durant. Or maybe the black (and very tall) Bill Gates. While he scours the earth for answers—from Down Under to the Big Easy and beyond—know this: The ball is in his court

Feb 01, 2010

Wise Old Kidd

So what if he's a step slower and needs a game-day nap? The Mavericks' cagey point guard is aging just fine

May 14, 2012

STILL PERFECT

Showing a brilliance that fans may never fully appreciate, Floyd Mayweather Jr. stayed unbeaten despite a furious challenge from Miguel Cotto

Jun 16, 2008

ARE YOU LIKE ME? (I bet you are.) I BET YOU HATE SOCCER

SI's most strident soccer basher tests whether five days of total immersion in the sport can transform a lifelong hater into a f√∫tbol fanatic

Aug 02, 2010

Dare to Dream

Twenty ballers descended on Vegas hoping to win a place at the world championships—and the Olympics

Oct 15, 2012

Nothing to Fight About

Featherweight Orlando Cruz's declaration that he is gay has drawn a largely positive response in his sport

Dec 15, 2008

Revolting Development

A hoops-dreaming sportswriter tries to hang in the NBA D-League

Jan 31, 2011

Fighting Response

Christy Martin returns to the ring after attack

Feb 28, 2011

Secret Weapons

Here's a five-spot of unheralded players who could be big difference-makers down the stretch

Jan 21, 2013

The 8 Debate

The NBA's Greatest One-on-one Player

Apr 13, 2009

LeBron's Time

SI's season-ending award picks include the first of what is likely to be many MVPs for the ever-improving James

Dec 26, 2011

GRAND EXPERIMENT

The Super Six tournament produced a breakout star in Andre Ward and established a formula that could revitalize the sport

Feb 27, 2012

FIRST WITH THEIR FISTS

With women's boxing set to make its debut at the London Games, the U.S. trials produced a team primed for the occasion

Jul 07, 2014

PAUL WILLIAMS

BOXERS AREN'T KNOWN FOR PLANNING AHEAD, BUT THANKS TO SOME GOOD ADVICE, 'THE PUNISHER' IS NOW IN REAL ESTATE

Mar 29, 2010

A Sorry Semester Abroad

Jeremy Tyler's overseas stint may be more instructive than Brandon Jennings's stay

Jun 18, 2012

WHAT WAS LOST IN VEGAS

Manny Pacquiao was beaten by Timothy Bradley in a dumbfounding decision that dealt the centuries-old sport yet another crippling blow