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May 30, 2005
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May 30, 2005

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
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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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• TAKING A CUT David Toms is suing his former agent. If Toms wins the case, does his new agent get 15% of the settlement?

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• BENNIES Paula Creamer won $187,500 at Wykagyl. This week she graduates from high school. What do you stuff in her card?

• PTPERS Duke won the women's NCAA championship. The other teams were distracted by Dick Vitale's yelling, "Oh, baby!"

• MORAL VICTORY Duke's Anna Grzebien won the NCAA individual championship, which probably felt pretty good--until she heard about Creamer.

• NO SHARKS Greg Norman withdrew from the Senior PGA. He hasn't even debuted on the Champions tour, and he's been disappointing in the majors.

• FLYING HIGH After missing the cut in seven of nine PGA Tour starts, Tom Kite picked on someone his own age--and tied for second at the Bruno's Classic.

• NO LUCK FOR THE IRISH Stephen Dodd of Wales won the Irish Open, making it 23 years since a native son has won the event.

COLOR PHOTO PETE ERICKSON/THE BULLETIN/AP (GRZEBIEN)Duke's Grzebien