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NBA FINALS
Seems Like Old Times
Twenty-two years after their last NBA title the Celtics earned their 17th, as G.M. Danny Ainge reconnected the franchise (and this author) to a storied past of retired numbers, Hall of Famers and one-namers
BASEBALL
Don't Ever Change, Dan Uggla
There's nothing cerebral about the approach of the Marlins' throwback strongman: It's see ball, swing from the heels, hit ball (a country mile). And it's a thing of primal beauty
PRO FOOTBALL
A Whole New Rush
In yet another NFL off-season for the police blotter, Vikings defensive end Jared Allen offers a ray of hope: A onetime wild man whose excesses threatened to derail his career, he's attacking his second chance with a fresh—read sober—outlook
TRACK AND FIELD
Divide and Conquer
Denied the chance to go head-to-head at the Olympics, sprint stars Allyson Felix and Sanya Richards will drive each other at this week's U.S. trials—and aim for gold in separate events
SOCCER
Hard Return
Her World Cup outburst violated the team-first ethos of women's sports and made her an outcast. Now Hope Solo is the U.S. goalie once again, bound for Beijing—and still trying to figure it all out
SPECIAL REPORT
Inside
Flippin' Good
Shawn Johnson and Nastia Liukin finished 1--2 at the gymnastics trials and set the U.S. up for a gold run in Beijing
O.K., Who's In?
Front office execs expect the Yankees to make a play for C.C. Sabathia, but they also see an intriguing sleeper in the mix
On Enemy Ice?
After 14 years as the face of the Maple Leafs, Mats Sundin could, and should, play next season for rival Montreal
Fast Tracking
The season's revelation, Kasey Kahne and the Gillett Evernham team have found the secret to winning again
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