All Kelli Anderson Stories
Driven by Diana Taurasi and fueled by last season's failures, Phoenix enters the playoffs as the favorite
An NBA scout evaluates the potential of New Mexico forward Danny Granger, a 6' 8", 225-pound senior who at week's end was averaging 18.2 ...
The sharpshooting of newcomer Nicole Powell could decide whether Sacramento finally makes the finals
Florida State's Bernard James found direction during six years in the Air Force; he also found basketball
Michael Phelps is fired up again, but the worlds are showing him that ruling the pool isn't so easy anymore
A franchise-first title is just one reward San Antonio's Sophia Young is closing in on; she might be the MVP too
Giants third base coach Tim Flannery learned most of his baseball history from song lyrics, and he doesn't hesitate to use those lyrics to teach.
5 MINUTE GUIDE
Listings of the most honorable, the up-and-comers, the new hires and the next tournament upstarts.
4 Oakland Raiders
Excellence may be out of the question for now, but an infusion of optimism hints at a commitment to competence, at least
Devils You Don't Know
Duke basketball fans have gotten behind their women's team in typically rabid fashion
One for The Aged
She didn't strike gold, but 41-year-old Dara Torres made quite a splash at the Water Cube anyway, swimming the fastest times in her 24-year career while winning three silver medals for the U.S.
HE'S AN ACE AT MAKING HOLES IN ONE
In September 1963, Norman Manley, a 40-year-old electric designer with Hughes Aircraft in Culver City, Calif., had a once-in-a-lifetime ...