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July 30, 2001 | Volume 95, Issue 4

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David Duval Cover - Sports Illustrated July 30, 2001

July 30, 2001
Not Everyone Loves RaymondAs a 27-year-old Boston Bruins fan, I have never known how it feels to watch my team win a Stanley Cup (Hooray! June 18). If it's half as good as watching Ray Bourque...

July 30, 2001
Letters

July 30, 2001 | Kelley King
NOVEMBER 7, 1966

July 30, 2001 | Steve Rushin
TV has the gimmicks, but for patter and word pictures, you can't beat baseball on the radio

July 30, 2001 | Chris Ballard
Highlights

July 30, 2001 | Chris Ballard
Say It Ain't So

July 30, 2001 | Ian Thomsen
Chris Webber stays with the Kings. But did he ever really want to leave?

July 30, 2001 | Ian Thomsen
ClippersPicking up Elton Brand for unproven high schooler Tyson Chandler? This wayward club might finally be getting it right.

July 30, 2001
Myles Byrne may go down as the patron saint of bad days at the office. With his boss, Ian Woosnam, tied for the lead in the final round of the British Open, caddie Byrne discovered he had let...

July 30, 2001
SPORT"Of course it is. Any game in which competitors get to hit each other in the head is sport."—Chad Brown, Seahawks linebacker

July 30, 2001
10,000Calories burned up by Tour de France riders each race day.

July 30, 2001
In a squabble that's the stuff of a tabloid headline writer's dreams, London's High Court last week finished hearing arguments in a lawsuit brought by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) against another...

July 30, 2001
SynopsisA series of eight ads plugging the 2002 Winter Games, featuring voice-overs by Robin Williams and highlighted by footage of such past Olympic luminaries as the 1988 Jamaican bobsled team...

July 30, 2001
Unveiled•The logo of the NBA-sponsored National Basketball Development League, intended to be a venue for noncollegians to hone their all-around skills. The logo depicts a player dunking.

July 30, 2001
As David Duval can attest, the British Open's claret jug is a nifty piece of hardware. However, in an obsessively commemorative age when even the third-place team in an over-70 Tuesday-night hoops...

July 30, 2001
Jason Sehorn and Angie Harmon's wedding last month was a highly private affair, with guests needing passwords to gain entrance to the ceremony. That's nothing, though, compared to the veil of...

July 30, 2001
White Sox designated hitter Jose Canseco says he's ready to play the outfield on a regular basis.

July 30, 2001
KEVIN McHALETimberwolves exec, asked what he learned from his NBA-mandated leave of absence in the Joe Smith affair: "That my wife wants me to have a job."

July 30, 2001 | Tom Humphries
Rising above a slew of contenders, David Duval brought mighty Royal Lytham and St. Annes to its knees to win the British Open, his long overdue first major

July 30, 2001 | Phil Taylor
Renewed resolve and a cool rookie skipper have Arizona primed for an all-out stretch drive

July 30, 2001 | Phil Taylor
At week's end the Diamondbacks' pair of aces, lefthander Randy Johnson and righthander Curt Schilling (above), had double-digit strikeouts in 23 of their 42 total starts, including the 17 they...

July 30, 2001 | Steve Rushin
The beauty of baseball is the absence of a clock. Time doesn't stop for ballplayers, but it does cease to matter. ("What time is it?" someone asked Yogi Berra, and he replied, "You mean now?")...

July 30, 2001 | John Ed Bradley
Philadelphia's fun-loving, straight-arrow quarterback Donovan McNabb, has fans eating out of his hand

July 30, 2001
Weed WhackerTom Lehman was one of the many victims of the deep rough during the British Open at Royal Lytham and St. Annes (page 34).

July 30, 2001
The NFLClock ticking on Akili SmithBillick looks to fire up the RavensSteelers show Cowher the money

July 30, 2001 | Peter King
It's Now Or NeverThe Bengals have run out of patience with Akili Smith, who's in a fight for his job

July 30, 2001 | Peter King
At week's end the best free agents looking for work were mostly defensive players. They include former Bucs defensive end Chidi Ahanotu, who, at 31, still has a double-digit sack season in him;...

July 30, 2001 | Michael Farber
Sniper, Anyone?Brett Hull, no longer welcome in Dallas, is the last of the big free agents still at large

July 30, 2001 | Stephen Cannella
Ace in the HoleMariners righthander Freddy Garcia is quickly developing into a No. 1 starter

July 30, 2001 | Stephen Cannella
Two advance scouts, one from each league, reflect on what they saw and heard last week:

July 30, 2001 | Stephen Cannella
ANGELS 6, ORIOLES 5July 21In a strange event that added insult to injury, Anaheim closer Troy Percival, who coughed up a three-run lead in the bottom of the ninth (only his second blown save in 27...

July 30, 2001 | Mark Bechtel
Robert Fick made the most of a second chance behind the plate in Detroit

July 30, 2001 | Rick Reilly
When you are Lance Armstrong and you've survived 12 rumors on your lungs, two on your brain and a cancer-ravaged testicle the size of a lemon, the French Alps start to look like speed bumps. When...

July 30, 2001 | Michael Bamberger
In the village that is British golf, no one is too far removed from Sam Torrance

July 30, 2001 | John Garrity
Langer? Woosnam? Price? The strong showing by fortysomethings continued a trend

July 30, 2001 | Alan Shipnuck
For Joe Ogilvie, playing in jolly old England was a hoot. Contending was an unexpected bonus

July 30, 2001 | John Garrity
The Florida architects inspect the work of the course's original designer, Donald Ross

July 30, 2001 | John Garrity
A famous Golf architect was once asked how he was going to fulfill his grandiose promises for a new course. "With lots of money and Mexicans," he replied. Mexicans, in fact, are the backbone of...

July 30, 2001 | Gary Van Sickle
PGA Tour TV DealBig Win For USA

July 30, 2001 | Gary Van Sickle
The only other guy likely to win a career Grand Slam during the Tiger Woods era, as Gary Player did during Jack Nicklaus's reign, is British Open champ David Duval. He has the game, the drive and...

July 30, 2001 | Bruce Lietzke
Playing golf is my profession. Getting under the hood of a car is my passion

July 30, 2001 | Michael Bamberger
Blame the caddie for the oversight that cost Woosie two precious shots

July 30, 2001
•Lucky NumberThe 13th victory of David Duval's Tour career gets a king-sized monkey off his back.

July 30, 2001
David DuvalMitch KnoxPeter AllissHey, we can playTy Tryon