The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Gar Forman Is Attempting Damage ControlForman is afraid of Jimmy Butler feeling slighted after his name ended up in so many trade talks.
Bernstein: Bulls' Action Is Better Than NothingChicago should continue to shop Jimmy Butler.
Bernstein: Analysis Of James Shields Offers Little HopeShields' problems began more than a year ago, a Fangraphs.com article reveals.
The Bernstein Brief: LeBron James Owns His StoryOnce a child prodigy bearing outsized expectations, James has more than fulfilled them in becoming a legendary player.
The Bernstein Brief: NBA Finals Game 7 An Unlikely TreatConsidering the talent and all that's at stake, a Game 7 is fitting. Let's hope it's close.
The Bernstein Brief: Fox Should Do Better With Broadcast At OakmontThe only good news about FOX's coverage of last year's U.S. Open was that it left nothing but room for improvement.
Bernstein: NHL In Las Vegas A Step Forward For Sports BettingSports gambling has lost its social stigma.
The Bernstein Brief: Make A Deal, BullsMultiple teams are believed to be interested in All-Star wing Jimmy Butler.
Bernstein: Seriously, Baylor?The power brokers at Baylor are considering a one-year suspension for Art Briles instead of a firing.
The Bernstein Brief: Yordano Ventura's Suspension Too ShortA dangerous menace with a long history of beanballs, Ventura will only miss one or two starts.
Bernstein: Kevin Durant Should Skip The Rio OlympicsDurant has more reasons than most to sit this Olympic competition out.
The Bernstein Brief: Should Chris Sale Go Back To His Old Self?Sale's strategy of pitching to contact more is showing signs of regression.