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April 21, 2014

FEATURES

NBA PLAYOFF PREVIEW

36 Joakim Noah

Now that the Bulls have lost their point guard (again) and jettisoned their top scorer, the team's offense is being conducted by a gangly center better known for his rebounding and defense

By Lee Jenkins

GOLF

30 Bubba Watson

He took on Augusta as only he can and showed the world how far he has come

By Alan Shipnuck

NHL PLAYOFF PREVIEW

44 Teemu Selanne

At 43, the Finnish Flash is still quite capable of leading the Ducks to another Cup

By Brian Cazeneuve

48 Power Rankings

This much is certain: Boston is the team to beat

By Brian Cazeneuve and Sarah Kwak

SPECIAL REPORT

52 Boston Marathon

Last year's attack had a profound effect on the event: It made it stronger

By S.L. Price

Departments

4 SI Digital

6 Leading Off

12 The Mail

14 Scorecard

18 Faces in the Crowd

27 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: Buck Showalter says, See ya, Jeter

70 Point After

David Ortiz: Boston, one year later: still strong

ON THE COVER GREGORY HEISLER FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED

PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY TODD ROSENBERG FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDNOAH THYSELF The Chicago big man has his team peaking as the postseason curtain goes up, with career-high averages in scoring, boards and assists.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)