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Dec. 06, 2004
Dec. 06, 2004

Table of Contents
Dec. 6, 2004

SI Adventure
LETTERS
SI Players
MOTOR SPORTS
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
College Football
PRO BASKETBALL
PRO FOOTBALL
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
PAINTBALL
Paintball
  • Its origins lie in kids' games, but there's nothing immature about the booming Paintball industry

TRACK AND FIELD
Inside
Inside the NBA
  • Seattle is off to a scorching start thanks to Ray Allen, who's having so much fun he might just stick around for a while

Inside College Basketball
Inside College Football
Inside Motor Sports
Inside the NFL
LIFE OF REILLY
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The Week in Sports

THE NBA

This is an article from the Dec. 6, 2004 issue Original Layout

Surprising start has Ray Allen considering re-signing with the Sonics • What Hubie Brown's successor inherits in Memphis

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Justin Gray leads Wake Forest to the preseason NIT title • Team effort helps Washington win Great Alaska Shootout

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Eleven coaches have exited in the last month, but who's still on the hot seat? • Showdown Saturday will clear up BCS picture

MOTOR SPORTS

Second in the Chase but an eight-race winner, Jimmie Johnson is SI's Driver of the Year • Gordon versus Schumacher in Paris

THE NFL

Why Minnesota needs a healthy Randy Moss • Colts wideouts having season to remember, too • Patriots' secret to success

COLOR PHOTOPhotograph by John W. McDonoughSUN DANCE The acrobatic passing of NBA assist leader Steve Nash dazzled a gathering swarm of Hornets during the Suns' 95--86 victory in Phoenix last Friday.