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HEY, FASHION PLATES! GQ'S NEXT ISSUE IS A SPORTS BONANZA
Published March 14, 1995
The April issue of GQ is devoted entirely to sports with feature articles on the direction of the industry, GRANT HILL, the 50 people to watch in sports, RUPERT MURDOCH, "101 Reasons Baseball Is Dead," minor-league hockey, Foreman vs. Tyson, and life as a Sacramento King. The Top Ten of GQ's "50 For The Future": 1) News Corp.'s Murdoch; 2) Grant Hill; 3) NBA's DAVID STERN; 4) Nike's PHIL KNIGHT; 5) SHAQUILLE O'NEAL; 6) TCI's JOHN MALONE; 7) KEN GRIFFEY, JR.; 8) ESPN's STEVE BORNSTEIN; 9) NFL's PAUL TAGLIABUE; 10) DREW BLEDSOE. Not on the Top 50, but listed as "Comers": D&F Group's STEPHEN DISSON, Clarion Performance Properties' ALEX NIEROTH, ERIC LINDROS, agent DAN LOZANO, NBC Sports Senior VP JON MILLER, college QB STEVE MCNAIR, THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY Publisher JEFFREY POLLACK, Bullets President SUSAN O'MALLEY, Caesar's World Sports President RICH ROSE, Yankees Manager BUCK SHOWALTER, sports marketer BRANDON STEINER, IMG Basketball President BILL STRICKLAND, Int'l Sports Summit's CRAIG TARTASKY, and WTA CEO ANNE PERSON WORCESTER (GQ, 4/95 issue).