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Sports Illustrated DIGITAL

July 08, 2013
July 08, 2013

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July 8, 2013

GOLF PLUS
  • A CUT-MAKING MACHINE ON THE PGA TOUR WHO IS QUIETLY ROCKETING UP THE WORLD RANKING, JIMMY WALKER IS IN CONSTANT PURSUIT OF THE PERFECT SHOT OFF THE COURSE—IN HIS NIGHT JOB AS AN ENTERPRISING ASTRO-PHOTOGRAPHER

LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
PUIGMANIA
  • L.A.'S FIVE-TOOL PHENOM YASIEL PUIG HAS PRODUCED AN ALMOST UNMATCHED DEBUT, BUT HOW HE ENDED UP IN DODGER BLUE IS ALMOST AS COMPELLING AS HIS MAMMOTH TALENT—WELL, ALMOST

WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
POINT AFTER

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They want to be a part of it—the 84th MLB All-Star Game at the Mets' Citi Field on July 16. Will David Wright get enough home cooking to stay ahead of the Giants' Pedro Sandoval and start his fifth All-Star Game? Who else should make it? Who shouldn't? Go to SI.com/mlb for the latest news on All-Star voting, plus a live game blog and photo galleries of the best moments from Midsummer Classics past. SI senior writer Tom Verducci also weighs in with his midseason report and second-half predictions.

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Peter King

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Coming from one who knows zero about the NBA: Nets are idiots. Tools. Fools. Placing future in hands of players who are 37+36 this season?

Seth Davis

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If you're a Celtics fan you woke up this morning with Kevin Garnett as your PF. Now it's Kelly Olynyk. The sun will come out tomorrow.

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On Aug. 6, 2011, a Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan, killing 30 U.S. military personnel. After that, Will Thomas, then 12, of McLean, Va., decided to honor their memory and raise money for the their families by doing what he likes best—shooting hoops. Go to SI.com/video for more on Will's mission, and to find out how you can help, go to sikids.com/giveback

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The Fish That Got Away

In 2003 the Marlins beat the Yankees to win the World Series. Today few players from that team are in the big leagues and only one, Juan Pierre, is still playing in Miami.

PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONPHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY NICOLE ZIGMONT; CHUCK SOLOMON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (WRIGHT); AL BELLO/GETTY IMAGES (CITI FIELD)PHOTOMEL LEVINE FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (KING)PHOTOCOURTESY OF OPERATION HAWKEYE (THOMAS)PHOTOAL TIELEMANS/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (MARLINS)PHOTOCHAD MATTHEW CARLSON FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (IPHONE)PHOTO