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April 17, 2011

2011 MASTERS

TWO FRENZIED HOURS

Charl Schwartzel closed with four consecutive birdies to cap one of the most exciting weeks in the history of the championship

By Alan Shipnuck

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38 BASEBALL

MANNY RAMIREZ

Once a hitting god, the Rays' DH departed the game like other stars of the Steroid Era—in disgrace

By Tom Verducci

42 PRO BASKETBALL

PLAYOFF PREVIEW

An army of diminutive, driving point guards has wrested control of the game from the NBA's big men

By Ian Thomsen

52 PRO FOOTBALL

VON MILLER

The draft's best pass rusher has the tools to dominate in the NFL—and he's suing for the chance to use them

By Andrew Lawrence

THE WHEELS OF LIFE

Dick Hoyt has pushed, pulled and carried his disabled son, Rick, through more than 1,000 road races and triathlons. How much longer can they keep it up?

By Gary Smith

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Departments

4 Leading Off

10 Letters

14 Scorecard

Why the Flyers need to banish the Bullies

22 Just My Type

Jim Calhoun on his hoops addiction

By Dan Patrick

24 Faces in the Crowd

26 Inside ...

Horse Racing

A Derby in disarray

Baseball

Boston's slow start

The NHL

Duck on the wing

College Basketball

SI's Top 5 for '11--12

70 Point After

Rory McIlroy's Masters nightmare

By Joe Posnanski

ON THE COVER Photograph by John W. McDonough

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PHOTOFRED VUICH (MASTERS) PHOTOSIMON BRUTY (HOYTS) THREE PHOTOS

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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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