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November 11, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 21

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Phil Jackson Cover - Sports Illustrated November 11, 1991

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum

November 11, 1991 | Hank Hersch

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum
Are the Nuggets Back on Track?

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum
After the magic drafted Stanley Roberts, the 7-foot former LSU center whose weight has ballooned as high as 315 pounds, Pat Williams, the Orlando president, had a field day telling jokes about him:

November 11, 1991 | Peter King

November 11, 1991 | Peter King
A Secret Launching

November 11, 1991 | William F. Reed
Playing Through the Pain

November 11, 1991 | William F. Reed
OFFENSECalifornia's Russell White, a junior running back, carried 23 times for 229 yards, including TD runs of one, five and 72 yards, and returned two kicks for a total of 99 yards in a 52-30 win...

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum

November 11, 1991 | Daphne Hurford
Audiotapes of games past offer listeners a trip back through time

November 11, 1991 | Edited by Jon Scher
HurdledTo the top of show jumping's Grandprix standings for the second time in three years, rider Margie Goldstein. A member of the U.S. Equestrian Team, Goldstein locked up the 1991 American...

November 11, 1991
Dennis WyantWASHINGTON, D.C.Wyant, 48, national secretary for the Blinded American Veterans Foundation, won the slalom, the trick and the jump events at the World Disabled Trophy Water Ski...

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum
Shortening the NBA's regular season would be healthier in every way

November 11, 1991 | Franz Lidz
The Raging Rooks had what it took at the national junior high school chess championships

November 11, 1991 | Lisa Twyman Bessone

November 11, 1991 | Robert W. Peterson
In the early days of pro basketball, the players were segregated from the fans

November 11, 1991 | John Papanek
Here's the scouting report on senior writer Jack McCallum as he enters his seventh season as SI's man on the NBA beat:

November 11, 1991
Russell WhiteAs a graduate of Cal and a former player there, I am proud of Russell White and his accomplishments as a student and athlete (Bear on the Loose, Oct. 14). Admitting White as a Prop 48...

November 11, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
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November 11, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thump up]To Lewis Stiller, a computer scientist at Johns Hopkins, who solved a classic chess problem by showing that a king, bishop and rook can defeat a king and two knights—a situation...

November 11, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Jerry Reynolds, Sacramento Kings player personnel director, on player agents: "If God had an agent, the world wouldn't be built yet. It'd only be about Thursday."

November 11, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
In an avant-garde TV ad for Nike shoes starring tennis player Andre Agassi, noted chef Julia Child makes a brief appearance: in a clip from one of her TV shows, she is shown preparing an...

November 11, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Gus Johnson of the Bullets and Dave DeBusschere of the Knicks elbowed for room on the cover of our Oct. 25, 1971, issue. In a story about Chicago Black Hawk star Bobby Hull and his 2½-year-old...

November 11, 1991 | Rick Telander

November 11, 1991 | William Nack
Arazi's stunning win in the Breeders' Cup evoked memories of the great Secretariat

November 11, 1991 | Sally Jenkins
The Southwest Conference had a Texas-sized grin after Arkansas lost to Baylor

November 11, 1991 | William F. Reed
After 10 years, Auburn coach Pat Dye appears to be losing his grip on his program as allegations of payoffs—and Tiger losses—mount

November 11, 1991 | Peter Mikelbank
France's passion for horse racing is exercised in PMU betting cafés around the country

November 11, 1991 | Jack McCallum

November 11, 1991
ALONG THE OUTER EDGES OF HUMAN LIMITS, WHERE NBA PLAYERS PERFORM, THE GAME BECOMES A PHANTASM OF SPEED AND POWER