1. Chicago Bulls: 2010-11 Season in Review

    Well, that was fun, wasn't it? Now that the NBA Finals are well underway, it's time to celebrate a brilliant season of Chicago Bulls basketball...

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  2. Chicago Bulls: Time to Turn Down the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals

    Sunday can't get here soon enough. After dismissing the pesky Atlanta Hawks , the Chicago Bulls will join the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals—Chicago's first conference finals appearance since 1997-98...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 3 years ago 439 reads 4 comments

  3. Chicago Bulls: Three Are Key in Game 2 vs. Atlanta Hawks

    That wasn't the way NBA Coach of the Year Tom Thibodeau drew it up. Yesterday's 103-95 defeat against the Atlanta Hawks in the first game of the Eastern Conference semi-finals shocked ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 3 years ago 549 reads 4 comments

  4. Chicago Cubs: Where Should Shortstop Starlin Castro Bat?

    The hot bat of Starlin Castro has been one of the nice surprises to the Chicago Cubs and the rest of Major League baseball through the season's first month...

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  5. Chicago Bulls Playoffs: Carlos Boozer Irrelevant so Far

    With the exception of Kurt Thomas, no one has more playoff experience on this Chicago Bulls roster than Carlos Boozer ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 3 years ago 2,234 reads 7 comments

  6. Chicago Bulls: As the Playoffs Near, Opposites Are Attracting

    Playoff tickets went on sale today for the Chicago Bulls and basketball fever has officially caught everyone in the Windy City. And why not? The Bulls are good. Really good, in fact...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 1,387 reads 17 comments

  7. Chicago Bulls: Big Men Are Too Big, Too Strong, Too Good

    Two games, two blowout victories for the Chicago Bulls . After whipping the sad unit known as the Sacramento Kings 132-92 on Monday night, the Bulls did more of the same to the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday night, cruising to a 114-81 victory...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 2,250 reads 18 comments

  8. Notre Dame Basketball: The Case for a No. 1 Seed in the NCAA Tournament

    Weeks of speculating about who’s in and who’s out of the NCAA Tournament are almost over as conference tournaments begin to deliver upsets, buzzer beaters and eventual champions to be crowned...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 852 reads 1 comments

  9. Chicago Bulls After the All-Star Break: Breaking Down The Remaining Schedule

    As we say farewell to the NBA's All-Star festivities, teams around the league are getting set to resume action for the second half...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 2,036 reads 8 comments

  10. Chicago Bulls: Big Men Having Big Nights, Joakim Noah Can't Get Back Soon Enough

    The news out of the Chicago Bulls headquarters regarding Joakim Noah 's health is very promising, and the young center could return as soon as the team resumes play following the All-Star break...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 1,244 reads 2 comments

  11. Notre Dame Recruiting: How a Dominant Front-7 Defense Will Help the Irish Fight

    Things are indeed looking up for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Heard that before? Well, I've said that before.....

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 1,563 reads 6 comments

  12. Chicago Bulls: No Carlos Boozer, No Big Deal As Team Continues To Roll

    No Joakim Noah? No problem. No Carlos Boozer ? No problem. The Chicago Bulls , winners of five of their last six games, have maintained their hot play despite the absence ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about almost 4 years ago 475 reads 0 comments

  13. For Chicago Bulls To Contend, Joakim Noah Needs To Grab Some Bench

    You have to be happy with a Chicago Bulls team currently over .500 and playing good basketball in the middle of their always daunting "circus trip...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about 4 years ago 3,895 reads 42 comments

  14. Chicago Bulls: Will a Third Scorer Emerge Before Carlos Boozer Returns?

    It's all smiles in the early going for the Chicago Bulls in 2010. A 2-1 start, the fantastic play of star-in-waiting point guard Derrick Rose , and the comfortable transition ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about 4 years ago 1,444 reads 25 comments

  15. Chicago Bears: How Much Better Would They Be With a Good Offense?

    With all the negativity surrounding the Chicago Bears, you'd never guess they're actually in first place in the NFC North, and tied for best record in the NFC at 4-2...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about 4 years ago 531 reads 2 comments

  16. Brian Kelly and Notre Dame on the Road to Success Despite Recent Losses

    To the untrained eye, it might appear that Notre Dame's football situation is very bleak with their 1-2 record, but this Saturday in South Bend can be the necessary U-turn to restore ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 687 reads 13 comments

  17. NFL Week 3: Where Do the Chicago Bears Stand on the Bear-ometer?

    An ugly preseason has not lingered into the opening weeks of the 2010 NFL season, but the Chicago Bears face their biggest test of the season this Monday night when they host their bitter rivals, the Green Bay Packers...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 714 reads 13 comments

  18. Chicago Bears Week Two: Are Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs the Key to Victory?

    Of the many story lines from the Chicago Bears' week one victory over the Detroit Lions (Jay Cutler's monster passing game, the return of Matt Forte to the fantasy football world, the Calvin Johnson touchdown that never was, etc...

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  19. Chicago Bears: Now, The Real Games Begin

    It wasn't exactly how anyone drew it up, but ultimately, a win is, in fact, a win. In a balanced league like the NFL, can anyone really be complaining about starting off a season 1-0? ...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 610 reads 8 comments

  20. Chicago Bears Week One: Detroit Lions Preview

    Week One in the NFL is upon us, and it's time for the Chicago Bears to suit 'em up and get after it in 2010...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 1,737 reads 4 comments

  21. Chicago Bears: We're Still Waiting, Jay and Mike...

    After three forgettable pre-season games, the Bears have shown us nothing that should inspire us for this upcoming season. It's not about the three losses, but rather the manner in which the Bears went down...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 1,208 reads 15 comments

  22. Here Come The Irish: Brian Kelly Era Officially Underway

    It's finally here. Saturday. South Bend, In., Notre Dame vs. Purdue. Thank you, (Touchdown) Jesus, football is back. If you're anything like me, you look forward to fall Saturdays more than any other day of the week—including Sundays...

    Ed Leiser Written by Ed Leiser about over 4 years ago 653 reads 11 comments

  23. Chicago Bears: Which Player's Health Is Most Critical To 2010?

    With two lackluster preseason games under their belt, the injury bug has bitten the Chicago Bears significantly. The offense has remained relatively healthy so far, with only minor bumps and bruises among some of the key contributors...

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  24. Chicago Bears Preseason: Five Things to Watch for Versus Oakland

    The rust now hopefully off of them, the Chicago Bears open their home campaign this Saturday against the Oakland Raiders.It's not the type of preseason action that will be must-see TV, but there is progress to be made nonetheless—for both teams...

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  25. Chicago Bears: Major Wright Injury Presents Major Problems

    The Bears' less-than-stellar secondary now faces the grim reality of playing two men down for the next few weeks...

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