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April 13, 2015
April 13, 2015

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April 13, 2015

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP
  • No, Mike Krzyzewski didn't sell his soul to get title No. 5. But the conservative paragon did embrace some once-unfathomable ideas to nurture a collection of callow talent into yet another championship team

  • Kentucky's magical run this season seemed made for Hollywood—until Wisconsin flipped the script

  • TOP 10 38

    This season just ended, but it's never too early to start thinking about which teams will be at the top of the polls in the fall

Jayson Tatum
  • The top player in the class of 2016, Missouri high school star Jayson Tatum could play for any college in the nation. But the draw of his family—not to mention a certain variety of pizza—could lead him to stay in the city that he loves

MLB
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HOT: Shaka Smart

This is an article from the April 13, 2015 issue

In the last 15 months the coaching in Austin went from Brown (Mack) and Barnes (Rick) to Strong (Charlie) and Smart (Shaka).

HOT: Bill Raftery

Calling his first Final Four at 71, he delivered—with a kiss.

NOT: Tiger Woods

He's playing at Augusta with a rebuilt short game. He's in more danger of crashing than his girlfriend.

NOT: Bob Knight

In a bloodless coup at ESPN, the General was relieved of his command.

NOT: Ashley Judd

The cancellation of Sisters should have told TV execs that people don't want to see her on air that often.

PHOTOPORTER BINKS FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SMART)PHOTOSTEVE HELBER/AP (JUDD)