Mully And Hanley Show
American Pharoah looks to become the 12th Triple Crown winner Saturday.
Tom Thibodeau doesn’t want to be a fall guy in the Derrick Rose health saga, Joe Cowley explains.
“He’s going to be here a long time,” Theo Epstein says of Joe Maddon.
The Cubs received approval from the landmarks commission to go forth on the Wrigley renovations.
No air conditioning? Who cares — Kukoc used to play in cigarette smoke-filled gyms.
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Bears general manager Phil Emery is intrigued by Williams’ speed and elusiveness.
“We have 30 teams we have to take care of, not just two,” Kate Feeney said.
This time around against the Blackhawks, the Wild are more dangerous offensively.
Says John Calipari of Derrick Rose: “He wants to play badly, but he wants to be healthy.”
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Free Agent linebacker Brian Urlacher is in talks to join NFC North rival Minnesota Vikings, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.
Days after being re-signed for a one-year deal, Bears tight end Desmond Clark says he is excited to be back on the field, and will likely need to take a leadership role in the locker room.
The Chicago Bulls ended the regular season with 62 wins, the top seed in the Eastern Conference and the best record in the NBA. But they haven’t looked like that same team through their first seven playoff games.
White Sox announcer Hawk Harrelson says he is looking forward to success from a Sox team with “a nice, winning attitude.”