Chicago

Jay Cutler, Marc Trestman Dooming Bears To Mediocrity

by Glenn Minnis
Jay Cutler

Entering the season with lofty expectations, Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman are letting the Bears’ season slip away.

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Cutler Trestman

If Bears Can Overcome Cutler and Trestman, They Have a Chance vs. Patriots

by Steve Silverman

The Bears are catching the banged up Pats at just the right time, but they’ll need a different strategy than the one that’s lost them three of the last four.

Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose Serves Notice To Cavs, NBA At-Large

by Glenn Minnis

Even as critics claim he’s no longer a top-25 talent, Bulls guard Derrick Rose is putting the NBA on notice with his return to dominance.

LeBron James

LeBron James Already In Rare Form

by Glenn Minnis

LeBron James has already taken leadership of his Cleveland Cavaliers but the team faces stiff competition for Eastern supremacy in the Chicago Bulls.

Tom Thibodeau

Tom Thibodeau Has Earned His Bulls’ Stripes

by Glenn Minnis

Having masterfully elevated any roster thrown his way, it’s time for the Chicago Bulls to reward Tom Thibodeau with a much-deserved new contract.

Jay Cutler

Playing Doctor: Curing The Woes Of NFL Preseason Playoff Picks

by Sam Spiegelman

The Saints, Bears, and Jets, all among most analysts’ NFL preseason playoff picks, are on the outside looking in after five weeks.

Aaron Brooks

Aaron Brooks, Tom Thibodeau’s Latest Point Guard Science Project

by Glenn Minnis

Though just a backup point guard, Bulls’ Aaron Brooks is in the perfect situation to break out after seeing other guards flourish in Tom Thibodeau’s system.

Patrick Sharp

NHL: Central Division Preview

by Michael Clifford

The NHL’s Central Division is a gauntlet of talented teams. From top-to-bottom, there’s an argument to be made for each team to make a playoff push.

Joakim Noah

Joakim Noah Wants To Change The Game

by Glenn Minnis

Joakim Noah has become a certified star, both on the court and off.

Derrick Rose

Slowly But Surely, Derrick Rose Getting Over ‘Trepidation’

by Glenn Minnis

Slowly but surely, Derrick Rose is inching closer to his return to world domination.

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BEARS

Jay Cutler

Jay Cutler, Marc Trestman Dooming Bears To Mediocrity

by Glenn Minnis

Entering the season with lofty expectations, Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman are letting the Bears’ season slip away.

Cutler Trestman

If Bears Can Overcome Cutler and Trestman, They Have a Chance vs. Patriots

by Steve Silverman

The Bears are catching the banged up Pats at just the right time, but they’ll need a different strategy than the one that’s lost them three of the last four.

 

WHITE SOX

baseball nation

Second-Fiddle Teams Come Out as Puny on ‘Baseball Nation’ Map

by George Castle

A recent Facebook analysis found that the “second team” in big baseball markets trails the first team by large margins.

Robin Ventura

MLB Preseason: Chicago White Sox 2014 Preview

by Glenn Minnis

Full preview of the Chicago White Sox depth chart, strengths, and weaknesses heading into the 2014 season.

 

CUBS

Edwin Jackson

2014 MLB Trade Rumors: Chicago Cubs Hard Pressed To Find Taker For Edwin Jackson

by Anson Whaley

The Cubs wouldn’t love to move anyone as much as starting pitcher Edwin Jackson. Problem is, finding a taker for the starter could be next to impossible.

Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija

MLB Rumors: Cubs May Opt Not To Deal Jeff Samardzija After All

by Sam Spiegelman

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the Cubs may not be willing to deal the starter and instead could try to offer him a contract extension.

 

BULLS

Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose Serves Notice To Cavs, NBA At-Large

by Glenn Minnis

Even as critics claim he’s no longer a top-25 talent, Bulls guard Derrick Rose is putting the NBA on notice with his return to dominance.

LeBron James

LeBron James Already In Rare Form

by Glenn Minnis

LeBron James has already taken leadership of his Cleveland Cavaliers but the team faces stiff competition for Eastern supremacy in the Chicago Bulls.

 

BLACKHAWKS

Patrick Sharp

NHL: Central Division Preview

by Michael Clifford

The NHL’s Central Division is a gauntlet of talented teams. From top-to-bottom, there’s an argument to be made for each team to make a playoff push.

 

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