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Most area college scoreboards are quiet now, the gymnasiums emptied, the uniforms and basketballs wheeled into storage.
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.
CHICAGO | Coach Tom Thibodeau's pre-game media chats are becoming shorter and a bit more confrontational.
GRIFFITH | Think of the Soap Box Derby and a kid whose entry is slick looking, fast, and turns heads.
CHICAGO | The venerable Palace Grill, a city landmark for years located just up the street from the United Center, has a sign on the window that reads: Sorry, We're Open.
FORT WAYNE | Ron Howard and wife Reesha don't have cell phones Duct-taped to their wrists, anxiously awaiting "The Call" or a life-changing text.
ST. JOHN | For 3 1/2 quarters, this one wasn't worthy of an art gallery, maybe a big garage sale instead.
CHICAGO | Bulls' coach Tom Thibodeau and the Lakers' Mike D'Antoni feel each other's pain.
CHICAGO | The league used to laugh at the Washington Wizards, who've had five straight losing seasons.
HOBART | There must have been times in his life when Dennis Hull felt like the warmup act for the Rolling Stones and Beyonce'.
Professional sports is a business. Never forget that.
CHICAGO | Dumb football just doesn't cut it in the NFL, particularly when playoffs are at stake.
CHICAGO | Changes are bound to occur in every sport, based on performance.
CHICAGO | First of all, let's set the record straight.
LAKE FOREST | The Bears' locker room was up for grabs the day after Christmas.
HIGHLAND | You won't find Griffith's Gary Hayes or Highland's Jordan Heckard sitting on Santa's lap, not with everyone having camera phones these days.
Take a bow, Duneland Athletic Conference.
CHICAGO | Watching Tom Thibodeau coach the injury-depleted Bulls is like watching home owners rebuild after a deadly storm.
MUNSTER | You could say Munster has had East Chicago Central's number.
The Purdue Calumet men's basketball team has two weapons that often go overlooked in the boxscore.
Those who knew Eddie Herbert loved him, and the Hall of Fame football coach knew everybody.
CHICAGO | The Monday Night Football matchup between the Bears and Cowboys had something for everyone, despite your team colors.
LAKE FOREST | With all respect to the late Johnny Carson and his Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon, how desperate are the Bears?
CHICAGO | The huge media crowd parted slowly as Bulls superstar Derrick Rose entered the United Center press room on white crutches Thursday.
You just knew Eddie Fierek couldn't stay away for long after resigning as Highland boys basketball coach in March of 2012.
When our elusive dreams seem far off in another galaxy, we eventually forget about it and move on.
LAKE FOREST | Marc Trestman's critics figured after he slept on the issue Sunday night, he'd change his mind and be almost apologetic the following day.
Chuck Hughes believes the 1955 Gary Roosevelt and Indianapolis Attucks basketball teams have been kicked aside like an old pair of shoes.
WHITING | Talk about your perfect situation.
John Pigatti says his players don't like him.
CHICAGO | For much of Sunday morning, between the threat of potential cloudbursts and damaging winds, the brave souls venturing into Soldier Field thought they had this one figured out.
CHICAGO | It's no secret the Bulls don't like the Pacers, who are a bit more selective in their loathing practices.
They may not tee off at The Masters Tournament, listen for their names at the NBA and WNBA drafts, or play Centre Court at Wimbledon.
CHICAGO | If you come across a crumpled up $5 bill on the curb, you don't walk on by expecting to find $10 on the next block.
MUNSTER | Nick Powell doesn't know what all the fuss is regarding his Eagle Scout approach to life.
Two time zones and 2,400 miles away from his Porter County home, Lloyd McClendon's region roots remain intact as the Seattle Mariners' new manager.
Lloyd McClendon will have his work cut out as the new manager of the Seattle Mariners.
It's not whether or not Green Bay will beat Chicago on "Monday Night Football," but by how much?
Need tickets for tonight's Bears-Packers game?
EAST CHICAGO | E.C. Central and West Side are like the two Christmas shoppers fighting for the last sale item.
ST. JOHN | Most of them don't shave yet. They just got their driver's licenses. And if they were any younger, they'd be in daycare.
MERRILLVILLE | Imagine a hungry hawk scanning the countryside, then spotting a pigeon and plucking it from the air like fuzz off a sweater.
MERRILLVILLE | This was Aaron Rodgers against the Glen Park Pop Warner -- George Clooney auditioning for a high school play.
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