CAN BO GO?
How well Bo Jackson's artificial hip can hold up tops a list of questions that only spring training can answer
BY TIM KURKJIAN
Will Yankee owner George Steinbrenner, who is coming out of exile from baseball, behave himself?
BY JILL LIEBER
RUNNING UP THE TAB
Many in sports foresee more pain than gain in the economic proposals that President Clinton announced last week
BY JERRY KIRSHENBAUM
DOWN AND OUT IN MEXICO CITY
Julio Cèsar Chàvez, now 85-0, avenged insults to his nation by pounding Greg Haugen into submission
BY PAT PUTNAM
March 1, 1993
CATS ON THE PROWL
By beating tough Cincinnati, Arizona proved that all college basketball teams in the West are not wimps
BY PHIL TAYLOR
WHERE THERE'S A WILLIAMS...
...There's probably an NBA game, because 13 guys in the league wear that name on their jerseys
BY FRANZ LIDZ
The Penguins' unsweetened Swede, Ulf Samuelsson, never ever makes nice while he is on the ice
BY JON SCHER
A WOMAN OF THE PEOPLE
Ryneldi Becenti balances the demands of big-time college basketball with the traditions of her tribe
BY GARY SMITH
FACES IN THE CROWD
COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY BILL FRAKES
Harold Miner has had an up-and-down rookie year for Miami, but no one performed on as high a plane as he in the slam-dunk contest during the NBA's All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City.