CONTENTS

May 10, 1992

16
GREAT DAY
It took 10 tries, but veteran jockey Pat Day finally won the Kentucky Derby, aboard long-shot Lil E. Tee
BY WILLIAM NACK

22
SUPER MARIO, AGAIN
Thanks to mighty Mario Lemieux, the Pittsburgh Penguins rose to Round 2 of the NHL playoffs
BY JON SCHER

24
TOO HOT TO HANDLE
Games went unplayed and athletes stayed on the sidelines when riots brought fire and death to Los Angeles
BY RICHARD HOFFER

34
IMAGE IS NOT EVERYTHING
Andre Agassi found that out the hard way during a lengthy slump that has left him fraught with self-doubt
BY SALLY JENKINS

38
NBA PLAYOFFS

Clyde Drexler, now no worse than the league's second-best player, is gearing up to take Portland to the top
BY JACK McCALLUM

New York handed aging Detroit a taste of its own bruising medicine in a series often marked by ugliness
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

59
STORMY SEAS AHEAD
America[3] and Il Moro are carrying a bitter rivalry into the final round of America's Cup racing
BY E.M. SWIFT

62
THE PHANATIC PHILLIE
A near-fatal automobile accident taught Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia's brash outfielder, a lesson in life
BY CHARLES PIERCE

78
INHERIT THE WIND
The Andretti family's love of speed seems destined to be passed to a third generation of drivers
BY ED HINTON

DEPARTMENTS

8
LETTERS

11
SCORECARD

72
BASEBALL

95
FOR THE RECORD

96
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIAN DRAKE

PHOTODAVID E. KLUTHONow That's a Mouthful: Canadiens goaltender Patrick Roy, who usually employs his acrobatic skills to stop pucks, had to use them so as not to stop hard-charging Whaler Zarley Zalapski during the first overtime of the seventh game of the Montreal-Hartford Adams Division semifinal playoff series. Roy returned to the ice to help the Canadiens win the game 3-2 in double OT (page 22).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)