The Chicago Bulls are wrapping up their regular season Wednesday night. They'll end their season at the top of the Eastern Conference, maybe even the league if they win their ninth game in a row tonight against New Jersey at the United Center. The Bulls haven't lost since March 28.
The Chicago Blackhawks will be able to defend their Stanley Cup title since barely squeaking into the playoffs thanks to Dallas’ loss on Sunday, April 10. In basketball, the Bulls locked up the No. 1 seed in the East, and Derrick Rose proved once again why he should be the league MVP.
Monday, college basketball will crown its champions—putting an end to all the madness. The Butler Bulldogs will take on the University of Connecticut Huskies in the NCAA Final. They’re not the only ones clearing space for potential new trophies. The Bulls are number one in the East.
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.