SI Players
SI Adventure
HERE COMES THE SON
AT AGE 15, KYE PETERSEN IS TEARING UP THE FREESKIING WORLD--AND CHASING THE LEGEND OF HIS FATHER, WHO DIED IN AN AVALANCHE NINE YEARS AGO
Wild Ride
A young surfer takes on the big boys--and the big waves--at Mavericks
The Bike Team
An interscholastic mountain biking league in California gives high school kids a freewheeling winter sports option
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
A List
What golfers are talking about
He Swings, She Sings
Amy Lepard, a.k.a. Mrs. Chad Campbell, is taking a big rip at a music career with a self-produced album due this spring
What's He Trying to Prove?
There's a simple reason why Tom Kite, 55 and a Hall of Famer, traded the sure-thing senior circuit for a long-shot return to the PGA Tour: He might not get another chance
Paradise Lost
A hot spot for India-Pakistan battles and ethnic violence for more than 50 years, Kashmir is far removed from its Shangri-la past but remains a golfing wonderland for the adventurer
My Shot
When it comes to keeping score, the golf industry could learn a lot from golfers
LETTERS
PRO BASKETBALL
The Man Has Seen 'Em All
After half a century of discovering stars from Zelmo Beaty to Ben Wallace, master scout and storyteller Marty Blake is still sizing up every NBA prospect out there
AIR AND SPACE
Baseball
I Was a Toronto Blue Jay
In five days as a major leaguer, the author saw the splendors of baseball—and its hard reality—from the best perspective: inside the game
College Basketball
When Tall Men Cry
No moment in sports is as bittersweet as Senior Day. Last week the emotion flowed freely, from a moving oration at Kansas to a tear-jerking upset at Ohio State
The Dark Side
A coach's alleged dirty deeds at the high-flying Barton County Community College program in Kansas raised fears that the very core of juco hoops may be rotten
Golf
The Duel at Doral
A dream matchup featuring the game's two biggest names lived up to expectations as Tiger Woods rallied to beat Phil Mickelson and regain the world's No. 1 ranking
Inside
Inside the NBA
Happy Return
After unloading Antoine Walker two years ago, Celtics G.M. Danny Ainge brought him back, slimmer and better
Inside College Basketball
Back on Track
Though two players nearly died and the team struggled early, UConn is ready to try for another NCAA title
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Ice Breaker
Speed skater Shani Davis, a pioneering star in both long and short track, aims to make Olympic history
After-school Special
Velocity Sports Performance, a national chain of workout facilities, gets young athletes focused on phys-ed essentials
Going Global
A Busch Series race in Mexico was the first step in Brian France's grand plan to turn all the world (even New York City) into NASCAR Nation
Seeing Red
In a basketball career spanning five decades, the ever-upbeat Johnny Kerr has done almost everything--except gain induction into the Hall of Fame
Moving Experience
Ralph Sampson's son checks into an Alabama school--and wins a state title
Ari Fleischer
The former White House press secretary--and devout Yankees fan--is the author of a new book, Taking Heat