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  • Luol Deng anxious to soak in Chicago return

    Luol Deng anxious to soak in Chicago return
    He has faced the Chicago Bulls as a Cleveland Cavalier in Cleveland. And he has faced the Bulls as a member of the Miami Heat at AmericanAirlines Arena. But Sunday at the United Center will be different. Luol Deng will be going back home. For the...
  • Luol Deng deserves warm welcome from Bulls fans in return to Chicago

    From this vantage point, there's only one way to respond appropriately when the Bulls unveil a video tribute to Luol Deng during the first timeout of Sunday's matinee against the Heat. Deng, facing his former team for the third time but the first in...
  • From the archives: Mr. Cub takes on the world

    From the archives: Mr. Cub takes on the world
    This column was orginially published on July 24, 2005. Two steps into the swanky Ritz-Carlton hotel in this Pacific Ocean postcard of a town off the western edge of Los Angeles, Ernie Banks asked the hostess he'd just met about her husband. She blushed....
  • Lakers' rookie hazing gets a late start

    Lakers' rookie hazing gets a late start
    The rookie hazing started a lot later than usual, but its intensity increased Sunday. Jordan Clarkson and Tarik Black will be pushing toy babies around in small strollers the rest of the season, as per Lakers Coach Byron Scott's insistence....
  • Jeff Van Gundy right about Bulls, but didn't go far enough

    Jeff Van Gundy right about Bulls, but didn't go far enough
    Jeff Van Gundy is right: Bulls management has undermined coach Tom Thibodeau. Van Gundy made that comment and several others while working the Bulls-Mavericks game on ESPN on Friday night, painting a picture of a devious front office. “They have...
  • Lakers' Kobe Bryant opts for season-ending surgery, but he'll be back

    Lakers' Kobe Bryant opts for season-ending surgery, but he'll be back
    Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery Wednesday to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, ending his 19th season with the Lakers a little past its halfway point. Bryant's last three seasons have been cut short because of injury, starting with a...
  • Don't worry, Bulls prepared to pay up to keep Jimmy Butler

    Don't worry, Bulls prepared to pay up to keep Jimmy Butler
    Before his team blasted the Bulls 97-77 at the United Center, Jazz coach Quin Snyder sounded like someone choosing between shoveling and snow-blowing his driveway Wednesday when describing what concerned him most. Whatever option Snyder chose, he feared...
  • Derrick Rose's slump extends to defensive end too

    Derrick Rose's slump extends to defensive end too
    There's an enduring image from this summer's FIBA World Cup in Spain of Derrick Rose in a tight, squat defensive stance, picking up his opponent full-court. Rose didn't clap or hike up his shorts, so this wasn't Michael Jordan and Gary Payton dueling in...
  • Speaking out stands as a slam-dunk moral obligation: Front Burner

    When top NBA players took the court for warm-ups sporting their now-famous "I Can't Breathe" T-shirts, they were clearly violating the NBA attire rules, but they also evoked the American tradition of civil disobedience championed by Henry David Thoreau....
  • Kobe Bryant's best is not enough in Lakers' 109-102 loss to Cavaliers

    Kobe Bryant's best is not enough in Lakers' 109-102 loss to Cavaliers
    The Lakers' season already started sinking when Kobe Bryant was forced to acknowledge something. The sad comparisons to the end of Michael Jordan's career were "reachable content," he said back in November, understanding the parallels between Jordan's...
  • Chicago book news: Society of Midland Authors awards, more

    The Society of Midland Authors is accepting nominations for its annual literary awards. The awards will recognize the best books written by Midwestern authors that were published in 2014. Each winner will receive $500 and a recognition award. For details,...