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May 10, 2010
I was almost as entertained by reading Alan Shipnuck's article as I was by watching one of the best Masters ever. Thank you for providing insight into what was happening behind the scenes—especially with Amy Mickelson. The scene following Phil's birdie on 18 has to be one of the greatest testimonies to love and marriage that I've ever had the privilege to witness.
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May 10, 2010

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No player in NBA history comes close to Carter in terms of the wow factor. This generation is lucky to have seen him play—with or without a ring.

Eric Schaefer, St. Louis

The Word on Woods

Give Selena Roberts a double eagle for her profound analysis of Tiger's return to the Masters (POINT AFTER, April 19). The insight of Joslyn James, the 32-year-old stripper with whom Tiger had a three-year affair, was illuminating. "He is whatever he needs to be in the moment," she said. If any other married golfer had affairs with multiple porn stars, the media would ruin him. But they bought and sold the new image of Tiger. Roberts aptly summed up his strategy for rebuilding his reputation: "Just fake it."

Richard Mason

San Luis Obispo, Calif.

I don't think this column was necessary. Tiger cheated on his wife. That is something that I do not respect, but in my opinion he does not owe the fans anything. I am rooting for Tiger to show the world that people can make mistakes (even big ones) but then make the most of their second chances.

George Muha, Brookside, N.J.

Between your feature on the class of Phil Mickelson and his loving wife, Amy, and Roberts's brutal and all-too-accurate dissection of his rival's psyche, SI has delivered the most notable Tiger Slam yet.

Mark Beneventi, Dallas

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