Reporter At Large
Chess
Powerlifting
Little Big Man
Andy Leonard, who came to America as a Vietnam War orphan, has become a very special champion
Basketball
When the Court Was a Cage
In the early days of pro basketball, the players were segregated from the fans
Redskins-Oilers
Hog Heaven
With luck on its side, Washington prevailed in a grind-it-out overtime battle with Houston to stay unbeaten
Auburn Football
The End May Be Nigh
After 10 years, Auburn coach Pat Dye appears to be losing his grip on his program as allegations of payoffs—and Tiger losses—mount
'91-92 NBA Preview
A Zone Of Their Own
ALONG THE OUTER EDGES OF HUMAN LIMITS, WHERE NBA PLAYERS PERFORM, THE GAME BECOMES A PHANTASM OF SPEED AND POWER
Eye to Eye
CHICAGO AND PORTLAND SHOULD SQUARE OFF FOR TOP NBA HONORS, WITH THE BULLS WINNING A SECOND STRAIGHT LEAGUE TITLE
Travels With Larry
WHEN THE BOSTON CELTICS TRAVELED WEST LAST FEBRUARY, THE AUTHOR GOT A CLOSE-UP OF LIFE WITH LARRY BIRD AND HIS TEAMMATES
Inside
College Report
Business
For The Record
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