Inside: The Week in Sports

April 10, 2006
April 10, 2006

Table of Contents
April 10, 2006

College Basketball
SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus
SI Players: Life On and Off the Field
Pro Football
  • Teams from the National League have been dominated by their American League counterparts in recent years, by almost every measure, and the trend will only continue this season. How did this happen?

  • Besieged all season by injuries--including ones that sidelined stars like Peter Forsberg and Simon Gagné--the Philadelphia Flyers are finally getting healthy. Playoff opponents beware: Adversity has made them stronger


Inside: The Week in Sports

Instant replay is a smash hit at the NASDAQ-100 • Tatiana Golovin of Russia,France and Florida begins to fulfill promise she showed as a junior

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Barry Bonds starts the season amid news of an impending steroids probe •Rivera, Piazza, others on the brink of career milestones

Phil Jackson's Lakers won't win the championship, but the coach has done agreat job this season

PHOTOPhotograph by Doug Benz/Getty ImagesRODGEBALL - Roger Federer played with his patented mix of power and artistry towin his fourth tournament of 2006, the NASDAQ-100 (page 71).