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May 30, 2005
May 30, 2005

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May 30, 2005

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
CATCHING UP WITH
LETTERS
THE END OF THE HOME RUN ERA
Horse Racing
NBA Playoffs
SOCCER
Online Poker
Inside Baseball
Inside The WNBA
  • Seeking a fresh start after battling depression, Chamique Holdsclaw is reviving her game in Los Angeles

  • No WNBA champion has repeated since L.A. in 2002, and with defending titlist Seattle having lost two starters, its reign may be over. Here are four teams that could unseat the Storm.

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15-0 Vote by which the Milwaukee Common Council revoked a law that banned beer drinking in public parking lots, making the city's stadiums and arenas safe for tailgating.

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$2.5 million Winning auction bid for Karl Malone's 20,000-square-foot Salt Lake City estate, which had been on the market for two years; the bid belonged to Malone's longtime agent, Dwight Manley.

56 Consecutive matches won by the Stanford women's tennis team; on Sunday the Cardinal won its second straight NCAA title.

9,200 Average number of fans who attended Hornets' games this season.

$675,000 Amount the state of Louisiana now owes the Hornets; according to the team's contract the state must compensate it if fewer than 11,000 show up per game.