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July 27, 2015
July 27, 2015

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July 27, 2015

SI NOW
INBOX
BRITISH OPEN
  • JORDAN SPIETH FELL JUST SHORT IN HIS BID TO WIN A THIRD STRAIGHT MAJOR, AS HARSH WEATHER AT ST. ANDREWS, A DENSE PACK OF CONTENDERS AND A MONDAY FINISH CREATED THE PERFECT CRUCIBLE FOR ANOTHER GOLFER ALSO WITH THE GRIT OF HOGAN

BASEBALL
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
BASKETBALL
  • THE FORMER KENTUCKY AND NBA STAR HAS STRUGGLED WITH AN ADDICTION TO PAINKILLERS SINCE HIS PLAYING CAREER WOUND DOWN 15 YEARS AGO. AFTER BEING ARRESTED FOR THEFT AND TRAFFICKING IN STOLEN PROPERTY, HE'S TRYING TO REBUILD HIS LIFE

Darrelle Revis
  • Now that he's ditched the Super Bowl--winning Patriots for a homecoming (and a lot of cash) in New York, Darrelle Revis wants to make a few things clear. No, it's not all about the money. But it's not entirely about rings either. It's about winning the negotiation ... and, the Jets hope, following in Joe Namath's footsteps

POINT AFTER

TWEETABLE REVIEWS

Bloody Confused

This is an article from the July 27, 2015 issue

Chuck Culpepper

A sportswriter burns out, moves across the pond, adopts footie and lets loose his inner hooligan. Overwrought but not without charm.

#kickit

The Domino Diaries

Brin-Jonathan Butler

Gripping—if eyebrow-raising—memoir explores Cuban boxing, including a chat with Teófilo Stevenson and a tryst with Castro's granddaughter.

#?!

Saban

Monte Burke

Insidery, detailed and absorbing. Come for the chapter titled "Why Can't He Be Happy" and stay for the one called "Miami Vice."

#system

Twelve Yards

Ben Lyttleton

Everything you never knew you wanted to know about penalty kicks, although the drama doesn't quite hold for all 313 pages.

#diehards

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