Oklahoma City Thunder
Chesterton native and Oklahoma City Thunder forward Mitch McGary grabs a rebound in front of Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler in a game last season. McGary averaged 12.5 points and two steals per game for the Thunder in the Orlando Summer League earlier this month.
The Phoenix Suns' Marcus Morris tries to call time out as Oklahoma City's Mitch McGary, a Chesterton native, battles for the ball during a game last month.
In this Jan. 26 photo, injured Oklahoma City Thunder players Mitch McGary, left, and Kevin Durant, right, cheer against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward and Chesterton native Mitch McGary celebrates a basket against the Los Angeles Clippers Feb. 8.
With all apologies to "The Music Man," we got trouble, right here in the Windy City, and it's spelled B-U-L-L-S with a capital B.
MIAMI | A year ago, with an easier path, the Miami Heat fell short of their championship goal.
OKLAHOMA CITY | The NBA's advertising campaign this season was built around one word: BIG. Oversized heads on the league's star players filled some of the commercials. Other promotional ads had giant words superimposed on highlights of game action.
This isn't easy to admit, having covered Michael Jordan and his six-time NBA champion Bulls.