GOLF PLUS
OLD-SCHOOL CHAMPION
Justin Rose displayed remarkable grit in surviving golf's ultimate test, but the other winner at the U.S. Open was historic Merion, which showed it still has the teeth to take a bite out of the world's best
Racing the Clock
After falling short in his bid to pick up an elusive major, Steve Stricker, at 46, left Merion wondering how many more chances he'll have
SI.com
LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
U.S. OPEN
STANLEY CUP FINALS
LAST CALL FOR THE ORIGINAL 6
THE BRUINS AND THE BLACKHAWKS, TWO OF THE NHL'S HERITAGE FRANCHISES, HOOKED UP IN A COMPELLING SERIES THAT—WITH REALIGNMENT COMING—MIGHT BE THE LAST OF ITS KIND
Alex Morgan
Alex in Wonderland
GOAL-SCORING MACHINE, SOCIAL MEDIA PHENOM, ROLE MODEL AND THE HOTTEST STAR IN U.S. SOCCER: ALEX MORGAN IS ALL OF THOSE THINGS AND MORE. NOW ALL SHE HAS TO DO IS HELP A NEW PRO WOMEN'S LEAGUE SUCCEED WHERE TWO OTHERS HAVE FAILED. NO PRESSURE...
BASEBALL
In Praise [Ducking] of the DH
FORTY YEARS AGO THE AMERICAN LEAGUE INSTITUTED A RULE THAT INCREASED SCORING, PROLONGED CAREERS, PISSED OFF PURISTS—AND CREATED GENERATIONS OF WELL-RESTED (AND OFTEN WELL-FED) SLUGGERS
FRANK HALL
Frank Hall, American Hero
In February 2012 a beloved football assistant faced down a killer in the midst of a school shooting. His courage that day saved lives and earned him the undying gratitude of his community. But while he and the town were changed forever, the culture of gun violence was not. Do you remember Chardon, Ohio?
POINT AFTER
Departments
The Great Divide
Controversy has dogged Shabazz Muhammad, so it's no surprise that the UCLA swingman, who scores but does little else, is the most polarizing prospect
Powerballers
How the lottery will shake out in next Thursday's draft