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January
11
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"How Sweet It Is - Miami Whips Oklahoma for the National Championship"
Raising 'Canes (Orange Bowl), Top Cats Who Are Tough Cats (Fiesta Bowl), The NFL Playoffs, Mellow Time for a Miracle Man (Herb Brooks), Now Barkley Owns the Bowl (Charles Barkley), Final Run for Glory (Hialeah), Darth With a Heart (LSU's Jose Vargas), The Puck Stops Here (Grant Fuhr)
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January
25
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John Elway
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NFL Playoffs, Big Ben Strikes Twice (Sprinter Ben Johnson), Scoring in Highest Style (Hersey Hawkins), This New Flame is Fiery Hot (Joe Nieuwendyk), Broadcast News (TV sports), La Bomba's a Real Blast (Skier Alberto Tomba), Bullish on the Bears (College hockey in maine), Fat is Lean and Tough (NBA player Fat Lever), Frank Deford Goes Bowling
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January
27
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"1988 Winter Olympics - Special Preview issue"
320 page issue devoted to the upcoming Olympics
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February
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Mike Tyson
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The End of the Trail (Mike Tyson beats Larry Holmes), It Turned Out Schuss Fine (World Cup Skiing survives freakish weather), Disaster in the Desert (Paris-to-Dakar rally leaves six dead and several other serious injuries), Freshman at Work (Temple's shooting guard Mark Macon), Super Bowl Preview: Dr. Z makes his pick, Redskins QB Doug Williams, Denver's Mark Haynes, San Diego didn't need a Super Bowl when Sid Gillman was there
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February
29
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Brian Boitano
THE WINTER OLYMPICS
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March
7
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Kirk Gibson
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Contents - The Boys of Spring (After two catastrophic seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have contracted pennant fever in Vero Beach.), Got To Do Some Coachin' (Nolan Richardson of the University of Arkansas has seen a career full of triumph nearly toppled by tragedy.) The Winter Olympics - To Witt, The Victory (Katarina Witt's Carmen was one golden figure.), Master of the Mountain (Italy's Alberto Tomba won twice.), The Mettle to Medal (Speed skater Bonnie Blair got a gold and a bronze.), Slippin' and Slidin' (Sledder Brent Rushlaw just missed a medal.), NHL, Here We Come (The Soviets, golden again, may now go pro.), No Gold For ABC (The network got a 4.8 for Olympic coverage.), The Flying Finn (Matti Nykanen streaked down the run and soared into history.) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, Golf, College Basketball, For The Record, Point After
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March
14
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"The Lady is an Ump" Pam Postema
The Inside lane (Pittsburgh with Jerome Lane beats Syracuse), Waiting For the Call (Woman umpire Pam Postema), Big Run for a Little Colt (Brian's Time), Is It Twilight Time (Are Eddie Murray and Jim Rice still worth it), The Eagle Has Landed (Ski jumper Eddie Edwards), A Division of Powers (NBA Central Division), How Low Can You Get (Wrestler John Smith), The $126 Million Fumble (Patriot owners Billy Sullilvan and his son), Forest Service Follies (Problems with Alaska's forests)
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April
11
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Danny Manning
Stunner By The Jayhawks (Kansas wins NCAA title), Call Him Irreplaceable (UCLA coaching job is open again), In Because He keeps Them Out (Devil's goaltender Sean Burke), Yanked About By The Boss (George Steinbrenner vs. Dave Winfield), Lady Tiger Tamers (Louisiana Tech winns NCAA), Tie Goes to the Winner (Davis Cup), APB For A Champion (PGA), Manchild in the NBA (Darryl Dawkins)
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April
18
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L.A. Lakers
Masterful (Sandy Lyle wins the Masters), The Heartbreak Kids (NHL Playoffs), Color Her a Winner (Winning Colors runs toward the Kentucky Derby), A Threat Unveiled (Cincinnati Reds and their manager), The Dread R Word (Can the Lakers repeat), Three For The Money (Drag Racing's Kenny Bernstein)
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April
25
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Muhammad Ali
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A Staff with Stuff (Cleveland Indians and their superb pitching), No Gain, Just Pain (Boston Bruin fans have nothing to celebrate), Bad Time for Wild Horses (An American problem back in the news), Time to Get Serious (Aundray Bruce needs consistency for the NFL), Dr. Z: Offense is in (Picks for the year), Ali and his Entourage (Life has gone on for the Champ), Not a Passing Fancy (Utah's John Stockton), Oh, Give Me a Phone (Horse trainer Jack Van Berg)
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May
2
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Billy Ripken
For The Birds (Baltimore's 0-18 streak), Winging Into History (Human powered flight), Here's That Man Again (Wayne Gretzky), Best of the Bosses (Ranking of baseball's skippers), Talk About Net Gains (Gabriela Sabatini), Black, White and Gray (Dennis Rodman), Dark Walls, Cold Fear (The Great X cave in Wyoming)
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May
9
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Pete Rose
30 Days (Pete Rose suspended), This Devil Did it (NHL), Boy Wonder (High School baseball star Jon Peters), Hot Time in the Wild West (NBA playoffs), Heroic and Herculean (weightlifting), Well Worth a Wait (Olympic marathon trials), The Look of a Winner (NHL), Rick's Got Some Tricks (PBA rookie Rick Steelsmith), The Thrift Shop (Pittsburgh Pirates), Another View from the Top (Gene Klein)
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May
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Lakers & Jazz
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Look Who's Looking Up (Mark Eaton and the Jazz have taken a lead over Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the Lakers), Devilish Feat By The Bruins (Boston has made it to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in a decade with a win over New Jersey), A Runner Runs Home (Zola Budd has left Great Britain and returned to her native South Africa amidst controversy), Versed In Adversity (Could the Seattle Mariners hapless start in the American League West this year be a case of poetic justice?), Orient Express (The team from China soared past everyone else in the McDonald's diving meet in Florida), In The Comfort Aone (Mats Wilander is happy being almost the top tennis player alive. The question is, will he take the next step?), Taking Her Sweet Time (Gwen Torrence, a perennial late starter, came to be a sprinter reluctantly; now she's easing toward Seoul), The Valley Boys (Little Martin's Ferry, Ohio and it's sister villages have turned out a generation of superior, big-time athletes)
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June
6
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"You're Fired - Are Managers and Coaches Getting a Raw Deal"
500 Miles to Go (Rick Mears wins the Indy 500), New King of the Hill (Television bidding for the '92 Winter Olympics), NBA Playoffs, From Blackout to Shutout (Stanley Cup), Another One Bites the Dust (Another Manager gets fired), Oars and Old Ivy (Harvard and Yale rowing), Fireball Express (Boston pitcher Roger Clemens), Max (Max Pitkin, Clown Prince of Baseball)
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June
13
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Mike Tyson and Robin Givens
Survival of the Fittest (Lakers beat Dallas while Boston loses to Detroit), The Dinger Takes a Dive (10 reasons why home run totals have dropped this year), Mats Mania It Wasn't (The French Open), Who Owns the King? (Seeking control of Mike Tyson), My, How She Did Run On (Ingrid Kristiansed wins L'eggs Mini Marathon), Cup Outlook: No Sail (Decisions for the America's Cup), Courting a Big Red (Soviet basketball star Arvydas Sabonis), The Missing Links (More golfers and less good courses)
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June
27
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NBA
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Strange Finish (Strange beats Faldo in the U.S. Open), Tackling a Tough Task (The NBA Finals are now even), The Winning Formula (The Detroit Grand Priz), A High Old Time (The Indians beat the Yankees as the American League race takes off), The Big Showdown (Mike Tyson and Mike Spinks will finally fight), Those Thugs Again (The European Soccer championship), The Comeback Kid (Little League star Aron Garcia)
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July
4
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Mike Tyson and Michael Spinks
And Still Champion (Tyson beats Spinks), The Latest on Seoul (Discussion on safety of), Mighty Minny Recovery (Minnesota Twins catching up), Spiking It To Them (U.S. Mens Volleyball team), Baseball is in His Blood (Catcher Bob Boone), Past, Present and Future (Lakers are champion but the Pistons are next), Mr. Mint (Alan Rosen, the King of Cards)
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July
25
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Florence Griffith Joyner
Getup and Go (Florence Griffith Joyner at the Olympic Trials), Bye to Dodger Blues (Kirk Gibson and other new additions to the L.A. Dodgers), Mano A Mano on the Links (British Open), A Big Brawl For All (Olympic Box-Off in Las Vegas), Was Justice Paralyzed? (Linebacker Marc Buoniconti), The Russians are humming (The Soviets begin to like baseball), Davey's Little Surfer Girl (Surfer Andrea Johnson, daughter of the N.Y. Mets skipper), Old Men and the Discus
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August
8
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"Beer - How It Influences The Games We Play and Watch"
Armed Forces (Mets play the Pirates), And the Beat Goes On (Red Sox are 17-1 under Joe Morgan), Set To Take Charge (Rams QB Jim Everett), Rare Birds Sighted (Atlanta Hawks visit Russia), Low Tide at Alabama (College football problems), Rising Young Star (U.S. Junior Amateur Golf), Born To Be A Champion (Redskins Cornerback Barry Wilburn), Cat's Meow in Montreal (Andres Galarraga), Ready to Dazzle Again (Synchronized swimmer Tracie Ruiz-Conforto), Sports and Suds (The partnership between beer and sports)
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August
29
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Bernie Kosar
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Chasing the Dream (Butch Reynolds shattered Lee Evan's luminous 20-year-old world record in the 400 meters at Zurich.), It's the U.S.A. the Hoya Way (The Olympic basketball team, which has a very Georgetown look, fared well against teams from the NBA.), Flying Over Troubled Waters (Greg Louganis starred again at the Olympic diving trials, which were touched by controversy.), NFL '88 - Where Have all the Quarterbacks Gone?, Charles White: A visit to Hell, Bobby Beathard: The Game's Smartest Man, Bernie Kosar: The brainy Brown, AFC Scouting Report, Washday in the NFL, NFC Scouting Report, Jerome Brown: Cool under fire
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September
5
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"Florida - Home of the Best Talent and the Best Teams!!!"
College Football 1988: Florida (Two articles, one on stars from Florida and the other on Bobby Bowden winning on the road), Men on the Run (Photo essay on backs), Gee, It's Good to be a Badger (Don Davey), Scouting Reports, A Little Bite Out of the Big Apple, The Man Called B.D. (When Brian Dowling was at Yale)
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September
12
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Jim McMahon
Rampage (Bears beat the Dolphins), Earning Straight A's (Oakland leads the West), No More Rap or Rep (Miami beats preseason pic Florida State), The 1988 Olympics (Articles on how the U.S. Olympic committee must restructure, Hurdler Roger Kingdon and Javelin thrower Fatima Whitbread), Signs of the Times (The extent that tennis players are going to), A Dry and Thirsty Land (Wetlands suffering in the drought)
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September
14
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Seoul '88
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All Out For Glory (Seoul promises the rarity of an almost boycott-free Summer Games.), A Teutonic Juggernaut (By excelling in sports, East Germans can enjoy many privileges.), A Better Deal This Time (Carl Lewis hopes to win more gold and shuck his image problems.), The Heart of Seoul (The gleaming host city celebrates the new and honors the old.), A Hero In His Native Land (Sohn Kee Chung won the marathon in '36 for a country not his own.), One Tough Zone Defense (The games played in Korea's tense DMZ are not just games.), Best Ever? The Bahamas! (A salute, with charts, to some golden countries, big and small.) Archery - Denise Parker, 14, will win hearts if not medals, Basketball - The U.S. seeks revenge for a galling 1972 loss, Oscar Schmidt is Brazil's American-slayer, Boxing - Paratrooper Anthony Hembrick goes to fistic war, Canoeing - Greg Barton bids for a historic kayaking gold, Cycling - Jeannie Longo keeps rubbing rivals the wrong way, Diving - The U.S, and China will engage in aerial combat, A meet-by-meet look at Greg Louganis's dominance of his sport Equestrian - Welcome, horses, to a land of few orses, Fencing - West German coach Emil Bock turns out the best, Field Hockey - Four stickhandlers give the Netherlands the edge, Gymnastics - Soviet Dmitri Bilozerchev is a daredevil who dared, Handball - Eastern Europeans have this sport well in hand, Judo - U.S. star Mike Swain is a made-in-Japan model, Modern Pentathlon - Hungary and the U.S.S.R. wage a war of nerves, Rowing - A Finn and his West German foe knock sculls, Shooting - The Running Boar event heads for extinction, Soccer - Italy's pro teams cover Roberto Cravero, Swimming - Contenders from all over will churn Seoul's waters, The 50-meter freestyle is short, sweet and very fast, The two best individual medleyists will stroke it out, The diminutive Janet Evans stands above the crowds, Synchronized Swimming - Hold your breath for a Canada-U.S. duel, Table Tennis - Jiang Jialiang is China's brightest sports star, Tennis - Professionals play this time for medals only, Track and Field - Three U.S. women defy the Eastern Europeans, Milestones are near and performance limits few, Florence Griffith Joyner is difficult to catch, Soviet pole vaulter Sergei Bubka comes up roses, Volleyball - U.S. ace Steve Timmons gave up dunks for spikes, Water Polo - Rugged Yugoslavia should repeat its '84 triumph, Weightlifting - Turkey has a big winner in Naim Suleymanoglu, Wrestling - The Scherr brothers could share Olympic medals, Yachting - The U.S. sails into Pusan with highest of hopes Who Will Win What (SI's Anita Verschoth picks the winners of all 730 Olympic medals.), Looking For the O-Word (Despite efforts to limit its use, the work "olympic" is everywhere.)
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September
19
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Steffi Graf
The Grand Finale (U.S. Open), Game of Cat and Mouse (America's Cup action), Powder-Blue Bullies (UCLA beats nebraska), Off to the Races (Red Sox have a narrow lead in American League East), A Tale Tall as a Tree (Mike Tyson and his troubles outside of the ring), Better Late Than Never (49ers beat the Giants), Hit For a Loss (NFL players fail substance abuse tests) My Master, My Son (Author writes about his son the chess prodigy)
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September
26
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Dwight Evans
Yankees, Go Home (Boston Red Sox beat Yankees), A Showdown La-La Style (The Rams beat the Raiders), Ho, Ho, He's a Hero (Notre Dame kicker Reggie Ho), Seoul '88 - The Spirit Flames Anew (The Olympics begin), Ring Foul-Up By the U.S. (Boxers have problems), Her Golden Moment (Janet Evans), The Mourning Anchor (Bryant Gumbel)
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October
17
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Jose Canseco
The Baseball Playoffs, Piling Up The Wins (Cincinnati Bengals start off 6-0), So Near, So Far (Soviet hockey and basketball players trying to sign with U.S. teams), Quiet Cowboy Ridin' High (Oklahoma State halfback Barry Sanders), Tennis Is Chemistry (Michael Chang), Sports Behind the Walls (Athletics in prison)
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October
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Tony Rice
Cover
Pluck of the Irish (Notre Dame edges Miami), A Big Blast in L.A. (Dodgers have a 2-0 lead after Kirk Gibson's Home Run), As Blue as the Grass (Kentucky basketball program problems), The Great Debate (Which Redskins quarterback?), The Gloves are Off (Mike Tyson's next fight is against..Robin Givens), Let's Hear It For The Girl (Filly Personal Ensign), The Nightmare of Steroids (South Carolina lineman Tommy Chaikin)
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October
31
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"The New Mr. October - Orel Hershiser"
What A Downer (NFL Quarterback injuries), Destiny's Boys (Dodgers win World Series), A King In Edmonton (Wayne Gretzky), They Reign in Spain (Boston Celtics win tournament in Spain), Nothing But Lumps (Boxer Donny Lalonde), Winnersville U.S.A. (Valdosta GA high school football team)
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November
7
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Karl Malone
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Bernie's Back (Bernie Kosar is healthy), Take That Amigo (Julio Cesay Chavez beats Jose Luis Ramirez), All The King's Man (Mike Tyson and Don King), A Very Major Win (West Virginia beats Penn State) Pro Basketball 1988-89 Seven articles
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November
14
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"Under Fire" Tom Landry and Chuck Noll
Dark Victory (Breeders' Cup), Will They Ever Win Again (Tom Landry and Chuck Noll), Standing Ever So Tall (Doug Flutie), A Champion Takes a Fall (NCAA champ Kansas hit with penalties), The Battle To Be Top Gun ((UCLA meets USA), Fighting A Decision (Boxer Roy Jones), Hoss Says Howdy (Cotton Bowl salesman Jim (Hoss) Brock), A Wild and Crazy Guy (Fred Smerlas)
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November
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Hold It (New Orleans Saints grab lead in NFC West), Vice Into Virtue (Actor Don Johnson wins powerboat race), Now 10 and Uh-Oh (Arkansas is good but unloved), How Sweet It Was (Sugar Ray Leonard beats Donny Lalonde), Where Orel Got Hit (U.S. Big Leaguers play Japan All-Stars), Something Rich and Strange (Golf with Curtis Strange), Full Speed Ahead (Seahawk guard Bryan Millard), His Time is Money (Car owner Roger Penske), Mr. Inside & Mr. Outside (Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis)
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November
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Billy Owens
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College Basketball Preview Issue - The Class of '92 (This could be the finest crop of freshmen that the game has ever seen), Head of the Class (Syracuse's Billy Owens), Dating Game (Matchmakers work out schedules with cunning and care), King Reigns (Stacey King of the Oklahoma Sooners), Passing Fancy (Purists say that the prettiest basketball picture of all is a perfect pass), All-Everything (Michael Smith of BYU), Opening Tips (Ratings and datings, etc.), On The Spot (New Hampshire coach Gerry Friel), The Old Soft Shoe (Super sneaker salesman Sonny Vaccaro), Passing on a Passion (A dad shares his love for hoops with his daughter the freshman), Scouting Reports
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December
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Charles Barkley
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Contents - On A Mission (Charles Barkley and the Philadelphia 76ers are out to prove that they belong among the elite of the NBA.), A Trio At The Top (The Los Angeles Raiders defeated the Denver Broncos to create congestion in the mild, mild AFC West.), High On The Heels (At the new basketball Tournament of Champions, beleagured North Carolina rose to the occassion.), A Golden Opportunity (In a stunner, NBC won the rights to the '92 Summer Games for a record sum of $401 million.), Big Hand for a Quiet Man (Though he was in Japan, Heisman hoopla got to Barry Sanders, the bashfull winner from Oklahoma State.), One Eck of a Guy (With an assist from his wife, Dennis Eckersley. the Oakland A's ace reliever, beat a drinking problem.), Into The Limelight (After working in obscurity for many years, coach Dick Tarrant has put Richmond on the basketball map.), Little Big Linebacker (Sam Mills, the New Orleans Saints' 5'9" fireplug, specializes in cutting rival players down to size. ), Transactions (Every day newspapers list those whose roles in sports are changing. Here are five of the personal stories behind last weeks agate type.)
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