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COLLEGEBASKETBALL

24 Don't Count UsOut
Memphis is still in the NCAA hunt
By Phil Taylor and Mark Beech

HOCKEY

36 Party,Interrupted
Montreal's centennial hits rough ice
By Michael Farber

FOOTBALL

40 He's VerySorry
Tony Mandarich lied about steroids
By Rick Telander

PRO BASKETBALL

44 The Tao ofPop
Why the Spurs keep on rolling
By L. Jon Wertheim

BASEBALL

48 India RealityShow
Two South Asians join the minors
By Bobby Ghosh

THE WRONG MAN
From the moment their beloved Dodgers moved to Los Angeles, Brooklyn's jiltedfans never forgave the team's owner, Walter O'Malley. Problem is: O'Malleydidn't want to go. The culprit was someone else
By Michael D'Antonio Page 54

Departments

6 Leading Off

12 Letters

14 Players

21 Faces in theCrowd

22 Just My Type byDan Patrick

68 Point After bySelena Roberts
Schoolgirl breaks Lobo's scoring record—in full Muslim dress

Inside ...

64 Baseball
• Case against Bonds is shaky

65 The NFL
• Baffling free-agent deals, trades

66 The NBA
• Rockets learn new ways to win

67 Olympics
• U.S. bobsledder conquers worlds

PHOTOGREG NELSON (BASKETBALL)24 SPILLOVER Oklahoma forward Blake Griffin (left) and Texas Tech forward Michael Prince took high-kicking tumbles during the Sooners' 78--63 win last Saturday in Lubbock. PHOTOERICK W. RASCO (COVER) PHOTOMARK KAUFFMAN (SLIDE)

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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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