CONTENTS

June 20, 1993

18
TRIPLE PLAY
The Suns' triple-OT defeat of the Bulls halted, at least briefly, Chicago's run for an NBA Three-Peat
BY JACK McCALLUM

26
SAVING GRACE
In a memorable finals, goalie Patrick Roy helped return the Stanley Cup to Montreal
BY E.M. SWIFT

32
FATHER'S DAYS
With his son Brian hitting .300 and his Royals in first, Hal McRae can enjoy life as a manager
BY TIM KURKJIAN

36
ON THE RISE
In soccer's U.S. Cup, the host country came up big by upsetting England, but bigger challenges still loom
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF AND HANK HERSCH

44
THE BURDEN OF BEING BORIS
At age 25, Boris Becker comes to his 10th Wimbledon with an erratic game and a weary spirit
BY SALLY JENKINS

60
OF STARS AND ANGELS
Once upon a time, Tinseltown was the most heavenly place to watch top minor league baseball
BY JOHN SCHULIAN

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

10
FACES IN THE CROWD

13
SCORECARD

50
SPORTS PEOPLE

58
BASEBALL

74
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN W. McDONOUGH

PHOTOJOHN W. McDONOUGHIn the Fast Lane: With Kevin Johnson of the Suns in futile pursuit, the Bulls' Michael Jordan swooped in for a dunk in the first game of the NBA Finals (page 18).

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