This Week in Alternate Sports Illustrated Covers

Serge Ibaka is sad. We're all sad. - W. B. Berry

Being thorough as we are wont to do here at WTLC, let's take a look at some alternate covers.

This week's issue of Sports Illustrated highlights the pitching of New York Met Matt Harvey in what I'm sure is a lovely article by Tom Verducci. I'm a Cubs fan myself, so I hate baseball with the blazing passion of one million dying suns. If I think about it for more than a few minutes I start to think about the 2003 NLCS and then I speak in nothing but 1990's Ice Cube lyrics for the rest of the day. But good for Matt Harvey, I'm sure his family is proud of him. Be that as it may, it's not even June yet and we're seeing baseball on the cover. Not acceptable. Being thorough as we are wont to do here at WTLC, let's take a look at some alternate covers.

Alternate #1: Schadenfreude as inspired by Francisco Goya. If you can't win, then everyone else gets eaten.

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Alternate #2: Kevin Durant's brave fight to end dolphin rabies.

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Alternate #3: Le Morte d'Pizza Rolls

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Alternate #4: Serge Ibaka on dealing with loss after finishing season 3 of Parks and Recreation on Netflix. Bye-bye Li'l Sebastian. You're 5000 candles in the wind.

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