David Schuster

I have been covering the local sports scene for the last 30 years and in that time have seen more games and events then anybody. I’ve been privileged to have covered 9 local championships (6 by the Bulls, and one each by the Bears, White Sox & Blackhawks). I have also covered 3 no hitters and one perfect game and had the honor of covering the best basketball player ever on a daily basis. Not only do I love reporting on sports but I equally enjoy participating (Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Tennis…etc.) You name it and I love it. I’m a huge movie goer who also likes to travel and I own a piece of a local minor league baseball team as well as a piece of a local restaurant.

David Schuster

David Schuster

Joakim Noah

Noah Apologizes For His Actions

Joakim Noah had the better part of 24 hours to think about his actions from Saturday night and when the time came to meet the media he quickly apologized.

CBS Chicago–03/25/2012

Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls moves against Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks at the United Center on March 12, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Schuster: Rose Speaks Out On Officiating

Derrick Rose is usually cool, calm and collected on the court but Monday night he was getting more and more agitated. With each and every non call by the officials you could see Rose’s anger rising. And finally in the 3rd quarter he uncharacteristically started mouthing off. But that was nothing compared to after the game.

CBS Chicago–03/12/2012

Derrick Rose #1 of the Chicago Bulls reacts after hitting the game-winning shot against the Milwaukee Bucks on March 7, 2012 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images)

Schuster: Rose’s Buzzer-Beater Pushes Streak To 8

Bulls broadcaster, Stacey King calls Derrick Rose the “Windy City Assassin” and he was right on target last night here in Milwaukee. With the game tied at 104, Rose had the ball in his hands with the clock running out. You knew he was going to shoot the ball you just weren’t sure how he was going to do it. Well apparently neither did the Bucks who failed to double team the reigning MVP who let the clock run down to almost zero before he delivered the dagger, a 20 foot fade away jumper that won the game

CBS Chicago–03/08/2012

Richard Hamilton. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Schuster: Hamilton Will Be Out ‘Awhile’

If you think you’re frustrated with Richard Hamilton being so injured this season, you should know it’s nothing compared to his frustration.

CBS Chicago–03/07/2012

Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko

Schuster: Team Chemistry Vital To Success

Chemistry and camaraderie are extremely important to winning in baseball, if you believe most players.

CBS Chicago–03/02/2012

Reed Johnson

Schuster: Cubs Yearning For Spring Training Games To Start

Over the years, teams that have gone on to win the World Series have had poor records during the spring and vice versa, so is winning important in exhibition play?

CBS Chicago–03/01/2012

Chris Sale

Schuster: Sale ‘More Comfortable’ In Starter Role

Unlike other pitchers who ease into throwing harder and harder as Spring Training develops, Chris Sale looks to be in mid-season form.

CBS Chicago–03/01/2012

Jordan Danks. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Schuster: Jordan Danks Fighting To Play With Older Brother

John and Jordan Danks are brothers separated by three years but they look like twins. Jordan is the baby of the two even though he is a few inches taller and about 30 pounds heavier. But the faces are carbon copies and both have that same Texas drawl.

670 The Score–02/29/2012

Anthony Rizzo. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Schuster: Rizzo Fun To Watch, But Likely To Start Season In Iowa

Rizzo was especially fun to watch as he put four straight over the wall including one over the 50-foot barrier in center that traveled an estimated 500 feet.

CBS Chicago–02/27/2012

Kenny Williams

Schuster: Williams Balances Winning Now, Rebuilding

All baseball executives are trying – or hoping – to win for now, but they also have to look at the future. The Cubs and White Sox are no different.

670 The Score–02/27/2012

Gordon Beckham #15 of the Chicago White Sox connects on an RBI double scoring Alejandro De Aza as catcher Lou Marson #6 of the Cleveland Indians and home plate umpireEd Hickox watch during the second inning at U.S. Cellular Field on September 10, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Brian Kersey/Getty Images)

Schuster: White Sox Need Bounce Back From Key Players

If the White Sox harbor any hopes for rebounding from a terrible season last year they will need bounce back years from Jake Peavy, Adam Dunn, Alex Rios and Gordon Beckham.


Tom Ricketts

Schuster: Ricketts Admits Cubs Have ‘New Energy’

Tom Ricketts usually makes himself available to the media one time during Spring Training, and that one time was Friday.

670 The Score–02/25/2012

Starlin Castro

Schuster: Castro Speaks, Doesn’t Address Sex Assault Allegations

It wasn’t exactly an interrogation, but reporters finally got a chance to speak with Starlin Castro Friday.

CBS Chicago–02/24/2012

Jake Peavy

Schuster: Peavy Aims For 30 Starts

In order for the White Sox to make any noise this upcoming season they will have to get major contributions from their starting pitching staff.

CBS Chicago–02/23/2012

Robin Ventura's coaching staff is now complete. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Schuster: White Sox Have New Look Behind Ventura

One thing is for sure, it will be a lot quieter at White Sox camp this spring.

CBS Chicago–02/22/2012

Matt Thornton

Schuster: Reed, Crain And Thornton Battling For Closer Job

Though Reed is the youngest and least experienced of the three, he likely is the leader for the job going into Spring Training.

CBS Chicago–02/22/2012

Theo Epstein. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Schuster: Cubs Ready To Move On After Resolving Theo Compensation

General manager Jed Hoyer was glad that this four-month story finally came to a conclusion.

CBS Chicago–02/21/2012

Brett Jackson was a member of the U.S. national team at the Baseball World Cup in Panama City last October. (RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)

Schuster: Brett Jackson’s Future Is In The Majors

Brett Jackson is the future for the Cubs. The question is, when is that future? Is it near or is it far?

CBS Chicago–02/21/2012

Jeff Samardzija

Schuster: Samardzija Will Get Shot To Start

Samardzija is coming off his best season as a professional notching eight wins in 2011 to go along with an era of 2.97.

CBS Chicago–02/20/2012

Matt Garza

Schuster: Garza Feels Good About 2012

Matt Garza opened up on a lot of subjects Sunday as pitchers and catchers went through their first workout at Cub’s camp.

670 The Score–02/19/2012