SI Vintage Look: Tim Duncan Kobe Bryant 5.31.1999 - Indy 500 Venus Serena Williams


Tim Duncan - All Time NBA San Antonio Spurs
Scoring Leader

On Friday, November 19, 2010, Tim Duncan passes David Robinson for the scoring champion of all time for the NBA San Antonio Spurs. Next, taking on George "the Iceman" Gervin and his 26,595 points for the All time ABA/NBA San Antonio Spurs Scoring Champion.

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Cover:

Back when they partied like it was 1999, Sports Illustrated saw into the future and put a first ballot Hall of Famer on the cover. With outstretched arms and showing you why he is one of the greatest by guarding Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers another Hall of Famer in the making.

Off the Pine:

Mini Articles:
On the Court:

An outstanding 10 page spread on The Indy 500 and A. J. Foyt through the years. Incredibly written by A. J. Foyt himself and accompanied with Anne Fornoro.  Illustrations of many cars raced from the late 50's through the late 90's. An amazing run of the legend. Here is a pic I found on the net of A. J. Foyt Winning the 1964 Indy 500!





Dribbling on Down the Court:

Getting center stage is the 1999 NBA Playoff Coverage. With the main man of the day Tim Duncan featured leading it off taking care of the losing Lakers. Turning the page we find the Indiana Pacers "86'd the 76ers" in their battle for the title.

Next we get into baseball and on the mound with Cy Young winner Greg Maddux having a tough year.

From the mound to the outfield, and there we find Luis Gonzalez of the Arizona Diamondbacks swinging away.

It must be getting cold because we are going to the ice and finding NHL Playoffs and rookies Milan Hejduk and Chris Drury of the Colorado Avalanche. Both still Playing! Buffalo Sabres and the loss of Dominick Hasek played well and beat the Toronto Mapleleafs.

Finally I can get out of my winter coat and check out the sisters Venus and Serena Williams. With all the grand slams covered the father had a tennis goldmine in his two daughters.





Whew, what a copy of SI.

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