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.
Though Reed is the youngest and least experienced of the three, he likely is the leader for the job going into Spring Training.
General manager Jed Hoyer was glad that this four-month story finally came to a conclusion.
Brett Jackson is the future for the Cubs. The question is, when is that future? Is it near or is it far?
Samardzija is coming off his best season as a professional notching eight wins in 2011 to go along with an era of 2.97.
Matt Garza opened up on a lot of subjects Sunday as pitchers and catchers went through their first workout at Cub’s camp.
Theo Epstein was almost giddy talking about the beginning of Spring Training. The Cubs President said this has been a long time coming.
Marlon Byrd filled up the reporter’s notebook on Saturday. The first thing you noticed seeing is that there is less of him…20 lbs to be exact.
Coach Tom Thibodeau has constantly stated that if a player says he can play he will. But there are times when a coach has to take control and say no.
The Bulls confirmed that Luol Deng did indeed suffer a torn ligament in his left wrist but Deng said he is opting not to have surgery.
What are the Bulls waiting for in signing Tom Thibodeau to a contract extension? Yes, he does have a year plus left on his current deal but if they don’t show him some love soon he could be gone at the end of that deal.
Jimmy Hayes and Andrew Shaw have received a lot of praise lately (and rightly so) but Jonathan Toews has been consistent all season long.
The Bulls tonight begin a crazy schedule that calls for them to play 3 straight nights and 7 games over the next 9 days. Crazy? You bet. But all the NBA teams are facing nutty schedules like this due to the shortened season.
If you hadn’t seen the Bulls over the last season plus and just watched them the first 3 quarters Tuesday night you would have thought this was the worst team in the NBA.
Daniel Carcillo was acquired by the Blackhawks for his grit and rugged play but he went way overboard Monday night and it cost his team a victory.
The scene in the locker room after the game here at Lambeau Field wasn’t nearly as bad as I feared. I anticipated a lot of long faces and angry scowls on the Bears player’s faces but instead was met with resignation.
It seems that the Bears and the Bulls have been trying to follow the same floor plan the last few years as far as building their teams.
Derrick Rose has always said he doesn’t play basketball for the money but regradless, he is about to become a very rich man. Rose and the Bulls have put the finishing touches on a new 5 year deal that totals about $94 million. The first year of the contract will be for about $16 million and then escalate from there.
Richard Hamilton will start in tonight’s preseason game against the Indiana Pacers, head coach Tom Thibodeau said Tuesday.
Richard “Rip” Hamilton could be a member of the Bulls shortly. Hamilton has already been officially released by the Pistons and is in the process of going through waivers. If, or when, he passes through the waivers, the Bulls will be ready with a 2 year contract for the veteran shooting guard.
It’s truly amazing how there is always two sides to a story. Out here in Denver the talk continues of “Tebowmania” Meanwhile back in Chicago the talk is pretty simple…The Bears blew this one BIG TIME.