The Bernstein Brief: What's LaVar Ball Doing?As it pertains to the youngest Ball boys' basketball careers, LaVar's desperation is becoming palpable.
The Bernstein Brief: Life Without Corey Crawford No Fun For BlackhawksThe Blackhawks are 0-2-1 with backup Anton Forsberg in the net.
Bernstein: Scary Ryan Shazier Injury Just A Part Of FootballAnother nationally televised neurotrauma? This is football. This has been football.
The Bernstein Brief: Ideal Outcome For Rebuilding BullsTwo important Bulls took steps forward and a relatively meaningless one made sure they took a step closer to winning a title.
The Bernstein Brief: Let's Not Get Silly About Shohei OhtaniLike clockwork, we get mesmerized by the latest exotic import, buying all the sizzle more than the steak.
Bernstein: Help Kids With Cancer On #GivingTuesdaySince 1978, Camp One Step has provided a place for kids with cancer to experience the simple joys of childhood.
The Bernstein Brief: Jose Altuve Not The Shortest MVPAltuve has tied for being the shortest MVP in MLB history, but a hockey player holds the distinction as the most diminutive MVP.
The Bernstein Brief: Jerry Jones-vs.-NFL Just Got More InterestingJones is taking shots and now some other football barons are lobbing salvos of their own.
The Bernstein Brief: Another Call Against Thursday NFL Football"It's miserable, it's terrible," Ben Roethlisberger says of Thursday night games.
The Bernstein Brief: Big Ten All But Out Of College Football PlayoffWisconsin may be 9-0, but nobody thinks it's deserving of a top-four spot in the College Football Playoff.
The Bernstein Brief: Zach LaVine, Adidas Banking On Star Turn In ChicagoIf all parties are correct, everybody wins.
The Bernstein Brief: Astros Are A Worthy ChampionLike the Cubs, the Astros are another exceedingly well-run organization that provides little to dislike.