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  • Drew Doughty's 'it' factor helps carry Kings to another Stanley Cup

    Drew Doughty's 'it' factor helps carry Kings to another Stanley Cup
    My favorite moment covering the Kings’ run to the Stanley Cup title was seeing and hearing the revealing reaction from the player at the heart of the team’s success. It certainly wasn’t for attribution as Kings defenseman Drew...
  • Paul McCartney Postpones U.S. Tour Dates Due to Illness

    Despite "feeling great," Paul McCartney has heeded to medical advice and pushed several U.S. tour dates from June to October because of a viral infection he contracted weeks ago. In May, the former Beatle was forced to postpone a handful of dates in...
  • McCartney reschedules more tour dates, Chicago still July 9

    McCartney reschedules more tour dates, Chicago still July 9
    NEW YORK -- Former Beatle Paul McCartney, following his doctors' orders as he recovers from a viral illness after falling ill in Japan last month, has rescheduled some U.S. dates on his world tour. "I'm sorry but it's going to be a few more weeks before...
  • Big Ten eyeing Madison Square Garden for 2018 hoops tourney

    The Midwest will remain home to the vast majority of Big Ten championships, the conference announced Thursday. Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium secured the football title game through 2021, while Chicago’s United Center will host the men&...
  • Three-peat tops Heat's agenda in NBA Finals

    Three-peat tops Heat's agenda in NBA Finals
    Pat Riley trademarked the term three-peat back when he coached the Lakers. Now, the Heat executive is hoping to accomplish one, something even those Showtime-era teams couldn't. In fact, only the Minneapolis Lakers from 1952-54, the Celtics with eight...
  • Bulls new training center to be named Advocate Center

    Bulls new training center to be named Advocate Center
    The Chicago Bulls have sold naming rights to their training center under construction next to the United Center to Advocate Health Care, one of the team’s existing corporate sponsors. The new facility, which will open before next season, will be...
  • 10 things about Hawks' sudden offseason

    10 things about Hawks' sudden offseason
    Trying to capture the spirit of the thing that was either the Blackhawks’ 2013-14 postmortem or the 2014-15 pregame show, pick one: 1. Maybe Stan Bowman is telling the truth, or maybe he’s lying. “I don’t think we’re...
  • Kings, seeking the Stanley Cup, have both a pedigree and a past

    This was must-see, priceless video — defenseman Drew Doughty pounded the glass and toppled over the bench after the Kings won Game 7 in overtime in Chicago, completing an epic Western Conference final series. His gleeful inner 8-year-old emerged...
  • Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final

    Using a seventh sense: Recapping the Kings' road to the Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings became the first team to reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three series in Game 7, all on the road. That journey included coming back from a 3-0 series deficit to the San Jose Sharks in Round 1, rebounding from a 3-2 deficit in Round 2...
  • Charles Barkley on attending Hawks' Game 7: 'One of the coolest things'

    Charles Barkley on attending Hawks' Game 7: 'One of the coolest things'
    As the Blackhawks were trying to remain calm after falling into a 3-1 series deficit against the Kings, Charles Barkley was already making plans for a Game 7 trip to the United Center. The man who spends his days commenting on basketball just wanted a...
  • Hawks' loss Chicago's toughest blow since Bartman

    Hawks' loss Chicago's toughest blow since Bartman
    On the day after the Blackhawks delivered Chicago a new sports low of this decade, it still stung badly enough to wince at the memory. It felt worse instead of better. It made even less sense Monday morning than it did Sunday night when Alec Martinez...