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Is Kobe Bryant the second coming of Magic or Michael? The playoffs are the place to find out if he's truly a prodigy or merely a creature of hype
Three decades before he shook up presidential politics, Donald Trump brought his signature style to another uniquely American institution: professional football
Holmes Really Had a Spoonful
Larry Holmes (left) is talking about hanging 'em up after unheralded Tim Witherspoon just missed taking away his WBC heavyweight championship
Sportsman of the Year: Arnold Palmer
For dominating the game of golf with a bold determination while adding to its splendor with genuine graciousness and charm, the editors of Sports Illustrated award the Grecian amphora, a classic symbol of pure excellence, to 1960's star Arnold Palmer
The fate of New Orleans's NFL team took a backseat to scenes of despair
A Runaway For The Raiders
Playing an old-fashioned man-to-man brand of football, Los Angeles beat Washington 38-9 in the Super Bowl
Shave Off That Thing!
This, in effect, is what Oregon State Coach Dee Andros told Linebacker Fred Milton (left). Milton refused to shave his beard, Andros kicked him off the team and all hell broke loose. Andros survived the furor, but other coaches haven't been as lucky, notably Bob Ward of Maryland, who quit after his football players rebelled
The Larry Sanders Show
THE NBA'S FIERY ANGEL HAS SEEN THE DARKEST CORNERS OF CRAZY, HE'LL TELL YOU. BUT THEN HE FOUND HIS HAPPY (IF STILL OCCASIONALLY VOLATILE) PLACE. LET THE GAME'S FIERCEST DEFENDER DRAW THE PICTURE FOR YOU
THIS HOCKEY MOGUL WAS 17. GOT A PROBLEM WITH THAT?
A.J. had been a serviceable defenseman in high school and had followed the Devils, so he reckoned he knew the sport well enough. Besides ...
DUTCH IS THE DIFFERENCE
The team that wins the Western Conference title will have to face the Philadelphia Eagles, and that will not be the easy assignment it may at first appear to be.