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The red "S" fell off Joakim Noah's chest Monday night.
Golden State's Stephen Curry told me his range is 30 feet, even if the defender is so close, you feel his sweat.
CHICAGO | The look of absolute joy on the little boy's face gave off a warm glow Friday night at the ice pond in the middle of Soldier Field.
Got a pencil? Write this down. April 5. Hammond Civic Center. 911 Slugfest. Bring the family. A great cause.
If any coach had good reason to jump up and down like a madman, scream bloody murder at his players, and ride officials like a golf cart, it's University of Illinois-Chicago's Howard Moore.
Is Trent Richardson a bust?
CHICAGO | Taj Gibson, you're starting tonight.
I love pro basketball. Give me the NBA 12 months, 365 days a year. I love the job TNT does and its excellent team of announcers.
EAST CHICAGO | Second-round pick of the Carolina Panthers, productive backup at defensive tackle, a Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie selection.
CHICAGO | Take a 7-footer who can chew gum and walk a straight line at the same time and a 3-point shooter with range to the VIP seats.
In describing Hall of Fame middle linebacker Dick Butkus, former Bears' teammate Doug Buffone noted the Neanderthal gene is extremely rare.
Dark, dreary, dirty, dog packs everywhere.
New Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon was shivering alongside team broadcaster Rick Rizzs and general manager Jack Zduriencik during last month's FanFest at Safeco Field.
We should eliminate our exhausted use of the word "best" and apply a rating system like A1, A2 and A3 to signify degrees of excellence.
I have a friend who delivers for one of the region's top pizzerias and he's got dollar signs in his eyes today.
The Broncos and Seahawks clash for NFL supremacy on Sunday.
CHICAGO | Inactive? Robbie Hummel inactive, again? Put this kid in the game and he's a spinning top with legs.
Good morning, class. Please open your books to the chapter entitled "True Heroes -- No Kidding."
CHICAGO | There will be no flowers, no hankies for wiping away tears, no heart-felt apologies.
CHICAGO | The once-dominant Los Angeles Lakers visited snowy Chicago on Monday as a running punch line, not an NBA contender.
HAMMOND | Jack Callahan is still throwing haymakers.
Once upon a time, high school track and field was a glowing beacon that put Gary on the national map.
CHICAGO | Bob Knight was a blowhard, a bully at Indiana University and then Texas Tech.
Everywhere you look these days, there are videos shown of people around the world doing the dumbest things you could imagine.
James Cameron, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese didn't rent a tux after their first movie and limo over to the Academy Awards.
I feel sorry for Andy Reid.
The Internet has a split personality.
There's a feel-good story unfolding in the NFL playoffs that tugs at heartstrings, like an angel playing the harp.
Hear ye, hear ye. The court of honorable Judge Joe Fan is now in session.
CHICAGO | A nation watched "Rocky," the football movie, Sunday at Soldier Field.
CHICAGO | Diminutive Tim Jennings comes up to most wide receivers' waists, but in coverage, he is a giant among defensive backs.
The crumpled gift list on my driveway, next to the reindeer tracks, was marked "Personal" and had a North Pole mailing address.
The Bears are who we thought they were.
To the Bears defense, LeSean McCoy is Godzilla lumbering out of Tokyo Bay and flattening everything in sight.
CHICAGO | Derrick Rose is like the guy who complains about reckless teenage drivers, then speeds through his neighborhood with children everywhere.
CHICAGO | Life is good for E'Twaun Moore, who feels like he's hit the lottery everytime he slips into his No. 55 Orlando Magic jersey.
Why do so many Bears fans hate Jay Cutler?
HAMMOND | Brandon Bradford played on Lew Wallace's 3A state runner-up basketball team in 2010, but never got much recruiting love.
CHICAGO | Paul Massat was too excited to notice icicles hanging from his chin or no feeling in both feet Monday night.
CHICAGO | Tony Snell's heard his share of "skinny" jokes growing up.
Enough of the bad news. Less clouds, more sun.
LAKE FOREST | I'm often asked what's the toughest interview I've ever had to do.
GARY | Willie Merriweather should be a bitter man.
Gregg Popovich and his San Antonio Spurs are at it again, out of the chute like a rocket.
It's so easy to kick professional sports teams when they're down, and their athletes, too.
Valparaiso's Robbie Hummel plays professional basketball for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
We must always open a window when talking about Purdue or Indiana football, two programs in dire need of Febreze.
CHICAGO | You can understand why pro athletes simply tolerate their fans, most of whom blow hot and cold, and can turn on them in an instant like a rabid dog.
CHICAGO | So this is how it's going to be.
CHICAGO | The Bulls have a world of worry to contend with and it's not the Derrick Rose daily injury report.
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