David Schuster is an on-air reporter, update anchor and part-time host for 670 The Score.
He’s been covering the local sports scene for more than 30 years. He’s been privileged to have covered 10 local championships (six by the Bulls, two by the Blackhawks and one each by the White Sox and Bears). Schuster’s also covered three no-hitters and one perfect game and had the honor of covering the best basketball player ever on a daily basis.
Not only does Schuster love reporting on sports but he equally enjoys participating, be it basketball, baseball, golf or tennis. He’s a huge movie goer who also likes to travel, and he owns a piece of a local minor league baseball team as well as a piece of a local restaurant.
In the past 30 years, Chicago has seen its major pro sports teams win 11 championships.
A big guard could help Chicago out in several ways.
The divorce appears to be imminent.
Thibodeau will be pursued by teams with coaching openings.
After putting in the work for another knee injury, Rose is returning to form in the playoffs.
Those around Derrick Rose too often control his message, David Schuster writes.
Shaquille O’Neal’s assessment of Bulls big man Gasol was nonsense.
Chicago’s attack was well-balanced, and coach Tom Thibodeau went deep on the bench.
Bulls over the Spurs in the NBA Finals? You heard it from David Schuster first.
The Spurs balance restraint with chasing championships in the big picture.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau will have a challenge divvying up minutes — if he relies on his bench.
Derrick Rose and Nikola Mirotic were the headliners for Chicago on Monday.
Kirk Hinrich returned to Chicago because he loves the city and the team.
“He adds a lot more than just being a great shooter,” Joakim Noah says.
Paul Konerko has been the consummate professional.
As the Bulls get ready to open up training camp for the 2014/15 season it is not farfetched to say that this might be their most talented roster since the Michael Jordan era.
The Bulls are reportedly front-runners to land Carmelo Anthony — but we’ve heard this sentiment before.
For once the TD Garden Arena was silent. That was after Brent Seabrook scored the game winning goal in Overtime as the Blackhawks defeated the Bruins 6-5.
It’s not an elimination game Wednesday night, but it’s still do or die for the Blackhawks.
Talk about bad timing for the Blackhawks to have their first three-game losing streak all season.