Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Watch the Birdie
A pack of brash young Americans dominated the Women's Open, but Birdie Kim, an unknown from South Korea, stole the show
My Shot
During a day at the Barclays Classic, I saw everything Tour pros should not be
Catching Up With
LETTERS
AIR AND SPACE
SI Players: Life On and Off the Field
SI Players
Words To the Wine
With the NBA title corked, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich talked with SI's Jack McCallum about his other passion--wine.
Pro Football
Give Him Some Respect
Kids love him and his jersey's hot, but even having taken the Falcons to new heights, Michael Vick is still bugged by critics who say he's not a real NFL quarterback
Baseball Midseason Report
10 Questions
Undaunted by a bewildering first half of the season, we offer predictions for the second half
NBA FINALS
College Baseball
Made in Texas
With a homegrown roster studded with stellar pitchers, the Longhorns made amends for last year's collapse by winning the College World Series for a sixth time
SI's Fortune 50
Inside
Inside Boxing
Overmatched
Floyd Mayweather Jr. talked the talk (and then some), but he walked the walk by pulverizing Arturo Gatti
Inside Tennis
Star Search
The U.S. always had future women Grand Slam winners in the juniors--until now. Why is the pipeline dry?
Inside Track
400 Proof
At nationals, Jeremy Wariner & Co. showed how strong the U.S. is in the men's and women's quarter mile
LIFE OF REILLY
Departments
Let's Have a Ball!
Colorful new MetroStars G.M. Alexi Lalas looks to bring some personality--and success--to a vital MLS market
Family Business
The Newhans have seen baseball from both sides: son David as a scrappy player who fought his way to the big leagues, and dad Ross as a Hall of Fame sportswriter
Cold Warriors
Waking up echoes of a bygone era, China and Russia have made a pact to ensure that the U.S. doesn't win the most medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics