FOR JUNE 16, 2014
Will the soap opera that has surrounded Rory McIlroy over the past month spoil his first visit to Pinehurst and a shot at his second U.S. Open title? If Rory falls short, who are the favorites to take home the championship trophy? Can Phil Mickelson win his first Open? Go to GOLF.com for complete tournament coverage, including the latest news, a roundtable discussion with SI's Michael Bamberger, Alan Shipnuck and Gary Van Sickle, our live tournament blog, and photo galleries of the day's most arresting images from around the greens.
Getting to the point where I'm impressed by LeBron haters. I wish I had the same determination, to ram my head into a wall over and over.
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THE FACE OF GENIUS
From the SI Vault Sept. 25, 1989
This was the malleable mug of Don Zimmer—already 40 years into his life in baseball—in his prime as a skipper, sagely managing the Cubs to the top of the National League
By Leigh Montville
For an inside look at the U.S. Open, check out GOLF.com Live from Pinehurst, hosted by GOLF MAGAZINE's Jessica Marksbury and Shane O'Donoghue, from June 10 to June 15. Go to GOLF.com/video
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Are you ready for some f√∫tbol? Can Lionel Messi add the one trophy missing from his mantel? Will Spain reign again? Who will survive the Group of Death? Check out SI.com's Planet F√∫tbol, your destination for all things World Cup. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED soccer writers Grant Wahl and Brian Strauss will bring you all of the latest news from Brazil, plus game previews, predictions and analyses. Go to soccer.si.com/soccer/planet-futbol