Sports Illustrated’s national cover this week features Kevin Durant and his drive to leave second place in the dust. The regional cover in New England celebrates Boston’s resolve.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell tops Sports Illustrated’s ranking of the 50 most powerful people in sports. The accompanying photo gallery details each selection.
Sports Illustrated honors Michael Jordan’s 50th birthday with his 50th cover appearance.
So, I guess the cover “series” is a thing for Sports Illustrated now, joining the regional covers that are released in separate parts of the country.
I like the top two executions best on the passing of Stan Musial, and, as a longtime magazine collector, I prefer one definitive issue and cover photo.
This week’s Sports Illustrated covers feature two of last week’s quartet of victorious NFL quarterbacks, Baltimore’s Joe Flacco (national issue) and San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick (national issue).
Sports Illustrated produced a photo gallery of the 13 greatest athletes to wear No. 13. Do you agree with the order?
Quite a difference 10 years makes.
Love the cover photo of Peyton Manning successor Andrew Luck.
The headline “Luck” (by Peter King) doesn’t grab me at all. I’m intrigued by “The NFL Draft’s Big Secret,” and “The Moneyballsy Rockets” sounds like “The No-Stats All-Star,” a nearly four-year-old New York Times Magazine profile of underappreciated Rockets forward Shane Battier and the team’s stats-savvy GM Daryl Morey.