The Bernstein Brief: Pernell McPhee's Making It FunMcPhee is a hoot with a microphone in front of him.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Need To Be Cautious With Jimmy ButlerButler has admitted to pain in his right foot.
The Bernstein Brief: Indecision, 'Considerable Turmoil' For IllinoisThe boosters and alums at Illinois can't agree on much.
Bernstein: Who Would Want Peyton Manning?Manning wants to return in 2016, but any team turning to him would be incurring a big risk.
Bernstein: Undermanned Bears Get Dose Of RealityAny pretense of contention was fun while it lasted.
The Bernstein Brief: Warriors Needn't Care About 72 WinsThe Warriors have started 13-0. Could they run down the 1995-'96 Bulls that went 72-10?
The Bernstein Brief: Bears' 'Playoffs' Start SundayThe Bears find themselves in the playoffs for the playoffs, two games back of a wild-card spot.
Bernstein: Lloyd Daniels, One Of The Greatest NBA Players Who Never WasDaniels' story is one worth hearing.
The Bernstein Brief: If That Was Peyton Manning's Swan Song, It Lives In InfamyThere have been some great quarterbacks who have gone out with terrible finales.
Bernstein: Bears' Improvement Is Becoming EvidentJohn Fox is doing something right with a Bears team that's making weekly progress.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Must Be In Market For DeMarcus CousinsWith the Kings a dysfunctional disaster, Cousins may be on the trading block.
Bernstein: College Players Find Their Voice, Have Power To Create ChangeBy making revenue-generating sports so important, colleges have empowered players to act.