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Michael Jordan Appreciation Week in America culminates Sunday when the best basketball player in history hits 50, which wasn't this big a deal the first eight times Jordan saw that number next to his name as an NBA star. Except now we are talking years,...
With almost every utterance, Phil Jackson moves the needle, whether he wants to or not. This holds true whether he's speaking to a packed downtown hotel ballroom — as he did Thursday night to promote his latest book, "Eleven Rings: The Soul of...
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Brooklyn Nets, Sports, Stacey King, Grant Park
Jerry Reinsdorf is 77, going on 40. He wasn't joking when he told a friend he is planning to serve as host when the 2033 All-Star Game comes to U.S. Cellular Field, commemorating the first one at Comiskey Park in 1933. But I'm not sure about that. It...
The public agency that owns U.S. Cellular Field agreed Tuesday to pay the legal expenses of its ex-chairman, former Gov. Jim Thompson, in a federal lawsuit brought against him last month by the agency's former executive director. The Illinois Sports...
Tags: Politics, Rahm Emanuel, Pat Quinn, Rod Blagojevich, Trials
Left-hander John Danks likely will return to the White Sox on Friday night against the Marlins, more than one year since his last major league start and 101/2 months after undergoing left shoulder surgery. Manager Robin Ventura said the Sox won't make...
Tribune reporterChairman Jerry Reinsdorf has no immediate plans to sell the Chicago White Sox. Reinsdorf did confirm a Sports Business Journal story in which he said he recommended the franchise be put up for sale once he passes, he added that his vote won't count at...
Tags: Chicago White Sox
MIAMI — The Bulls ended their season Wednesday night with a 94-91 playoff loss to the Heat as they began it, in short-handed fashion. Derrick Rose indeed sat out every game following surgery to repair his torn left anterior cruciate ligament on...
I've got a feeling that in some weird, alternate universe, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is making a decent living playing hide-the-pea. You know the game, don't you? First, you put your money down. Then Mr. Misdirection places a pea under one of three cups....
There would be no Willis Reed-like inspirational moment for the Chicago Bulls, as their star point guard, Derrick Rose, continued to wear a stylish business suit instead of his No. 1 red jersey for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Wednesday...
Talk about a tough choice. If you were Ozzie Guillen on Friday, where would you have been? Would you have been on West Monroe Street, hanging around the Guggenheim Partners office hoping to get some face time with Dodgers co-owner Mark Walter? Or a...
Winning 45 games with 15 starting lineups that didn't include Derrick Rose demonstrated Tom Thibodeau's coaching ability even more than the Bulls posting the NBA's best regular-season record in his each of his first two seasons. The Bulls did it with...
Quaint ballparks are cool, no question about it. But they don't win championships. That's why the Yankees did an ugly overhaul on the House That Ruth built in the mid-1970s and scrapped the original Yankee Stadium altogether five seasons ago. It's why...
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