Here's the AP copy for the big story today:Three men with ties to the Chicago Bulls are part of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2011. Tex Winter was the innovator of the "Triangle" offense. He served as coach Phil Jackson's assistant on all six Bulls championship teams.
It's Tuesday and we are now officially in Spring. Wait, when is that supermoon again? I missed it this weekend and I would love to get my old moon boots out and dance on my roof. Oh, it's not coming back for years? Bummer, guess I'll put my moon boots back in the closet.
A story: Let me be the first in the media to whip this fine city into a frenzy: Potholes are becoming a problem. Of course my findings are anectodal and unscientific, but I've lived here long enough to know when it's pothole season.
Well, one group of Chicago guys could teach us all a thing or two about teamwork. Despite a series of injuries, the Bulls are third in the Eastern Conference. Now they’re back at full strength—though it didn’t help them last night against the Toronto Raptors.
Rahm Emanuel’s not the only one with residency issues—the Chicago Bulls and the Blackhawks are also getting tossed out of Chicago. That's right--the Ice Show’s back in town! But don’t feel too bad for these drifters.
The Chicago Bears will play the Seattle Seahawks Sunday for a shot at the NFC Championship. Last time they met, the Bears lost to the Seahawks and it’s been four years since the Bears won a playoff game. But the odds seem to favor Jay Cutler and the boys.
First off, may I just say that Stacey King is a giant? Look at how big he is compared to little ole' me. I would not want to meet him in the paint. King is well-known to Chicago sports fans. He was a role player during the Chicago Bulls first championship run in the early 90s.