Magazine Covers

LebronMag

February 14, 2019

Every age needs ageless heroes. But it's important that we closely study our culture's most prominent heroes because they reflect the trending values we are being asked to embrace while pointing to the future those...
April 3, 1967

April 3, 1967

This cover commemorates my 1st NCAA title. It was the easiest year of my three varsity seasons. I never expected to get that far that quickly but all the elements fell into place for our...
December 6, 1966

December 6, 1966

My first cover was shot by Neil Leifer. I had great conversations with him about photography. I was amazed that he could get a job at SI without a college degree. This magazine was publilshed...
October 27, 1969

October 27, 1969

This cover marks my passage into the Pro ranks. I felt that I could do well even though some writers felt that I might not be physical enough to make it. I was able to...
December 29, 1968

December 29, 1968

This cover commemorates the most disappointing loss of my college career. People were quick to jump on the Houston bandwagon. I used that cover as a motivating tool by placing it in my locker. I...
April 1, 1968

April 1, 1968

This is my favorite cover from my college career. The photo shows me shooting my favorite shot against a team that cannot defend it and Elvin Hayes is on the ground watching helplessly with a...
March 31, 1969

March 31, 1969

The title “Million Dollar Finish” says it all. The look on my face is one of pride and relief. Our team was always expected to win and we could be remarkable only if we lost a game....
April 24, 1972

April 24, 1972

As defending world champs the Bucks lose to the Lakers. Bucks seemed to be just one player short of the team they wanted to go all the way. The Lakers had all of the elments...
April 27, 1970

April 27, 1970

The Bucks gave it their best but the Knicks had the better team. The sports writers at the time tried to say that the Knicks were better because Willis Reed was a more dominant player...