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CHICAGO | Valparaiso University men's basketball coach Bryce Drew can take solace in knowing few, if any, major leaguers can hit a 23-foot shot at the buzzer to win an NCAA Tournament game.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, meet Chesterton's Mitch McGary.
DEERFIELD | You didn't need an Ivy League diploma or job offers from Google to know what the Bulls needed in Thursday night's NBA draft.
Invitations to the 2014 NBA Draft Turnabout will be handed out tonight as Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary wait by the phone for a call to the formal affair.
Eric Schreiber likes challenges. He's got a new one now.
MICHIGAN CITY | Jory Peters played on Gary West Side High School's 2002 Class 4A state championship basketball team that went 23-4 and featured three Division I players.
MICHIGAN CITY | Mark Hubbard has been at the Indiana State Prison since 1990.
LAKE FOREST | Jordan Mills hears it from fans nearly everywhere he goes.
LAKE FOREST | Jimmy Clausen? Well, well.
LAKE FOREST | Jay Cutler's "hit parade" is nothing he can dance or snap his fingers to. It's painful, in fact.
Dan Plesac is coming home. Sort of.
WHITING | If you were blindfolded and led into Mayor Joe Stahura's office at City Hall, you might think you had stumbled into a Dick's Sporting Goods.
Nicole Rittenmeyer is quite a storyteller.
LAKE FOREST | Brandon Marshall's news conferences should be pay-per-view. Like a pinata, you never know what will shake out.
The Indiana University Northwest women's basketball program just added GPS.
CHICAGO | Let's put Friday's Brewers-Cubs game in perspective for a moment.
CHICAGO | It was 20 years ago when Glenn "Big Dog" Robinson, Jason Kidd, Grant Hill, Donyell Marshall and Juwan Howard sat at separate tables in a luxury hotel along Michigan Avenue, waiting for the media crush.
HIGHLAND | In the 1997 film "Starship Troopers," humans in a militaristic future battle giant alien bugs.
Tom Yohe had the world in a headlock as a former three-sport standout at Crown Point, starting quarterback at Harvard, a world traveler, and currently as a producer/director at Fox Sports.
LAKE FOREST | Kyle Fuller, your table is ready.
CHICAGO | Please don't cry for Jeff Samardzija.
LAKE FOREST | Bears general manager Phil Emery did not roll out the blackboard and list the seven players he desired in next week's NFL draft. Don't be silly.
CHICAGO | Turnovers are like leaving the wall safe open and your front door unlocked.
CHICAGO | Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling has been tossed out on his ear for racist comments he made last weekend about his black players and fans, and the entire NBA couldn't be happier.
CHICAGO | Washington Wizards' coach Randy Wittman called his team "desperate" before the late start to Tuesday night's Game 2 of the playoffs. Desperate?
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich looked uneasy, as if he were out of place during Tuesday's heavily-attended news conference at the team's practice facility.
It's taken a while for the love-hate relationship between Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau and starting center Joakim Noah to subside.
CHICAGO | Anybody see Nate Robinson? Someone, anyone, to create their own shot.
CHICAGO | Welcome to Granderson Stadium.
CHICAGO | You'll get Tom Thibodeau to talk about the mating habits of the striped Brazilian mongoose before thumping his own chest.
SCHERERVILLE | Local officials do more than work ballgames with a deaf ear towards screaming, swearing, clueless fans.
It was a scene straight from a Norman Rockwell painting where two youngsters, in patchy jeans with slingshots in their back pockets, are peering through a hole in the outfield fence of a big-league ballpark.
CHICAGO | A Milwaukee radio station recently held a contest where first prize was a ticket to a Bucks game.
LAKE FOREST | New Bear Jared Allen, a farm boy at heart who owns three rodeo bulls, appeared at his Monday afternoon press conference wearing cowboy boots and a big shiny belt buckle.
INDIANAPOLIS | The theme of Saturday's 104th edition of the Indiana boys state basketball finals was as basic as the air we breathe.
INDIANAPOLIS | Bowman Academy, come on up. There is no wheel to spin, no words to unscramble. Just keep winning and winning.
CHICAGO | Neither the Bulls nor the Pacers are short-circuiting scoreboards around the NBA this season.
LAFAYETTE | All that was missing was a giant beanstalk through the roof of the Lafayette Jeff Fieldhouse, and maybe some beans scattered along the court.
CHICAGO | Michael Jordan, meet Kevin Durant.
NORTH JUDSON | This was supposed to be the championship game, Saturday's Class 2A regional semifinal between Bishop Noll and Westview.
CHICAGO | This time, the Spurs were at full strength.
CHICAGO | If the Bulls and Miami Heat met, let's say on a New York playground, there would be more bodies flying than points scored.
EAST CHICAGO | Here we go again.
EAST CHICAGO | Morton drawing perennial power Munster in the sectional opener doesn't seem fair, does it?
CHICAGO | Blackhawks' Vice-President/General Manager Stan Bowman is a low-key kind of guy, like the team manager who provides fresh towels and the Gatorade.
CHICAGO | NBA pregame with both coaches is often enlightening and more entertaining than the game itself.
GARY | There is a potential gold mine at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, but it will take more than picks and shovels to strike it rich.
WEST LAFAYETTE | You didn't stop Glenn Robinson at Roosevelt, Purdue or in his 11 NBA seasons.
MUNSTER | Mike Hackett doesn't buy all that talk about a "good loss" to get teams back on track.
GRIFFITH | It's critical for teams in the 3A Griffith Sectional not to be intimidated by the host Panthers, who are shooting for their sixth straight title.
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