Bernstein: Bulls Get It DoneDown is up and up is down in the world of the battle for NBA Draft assets.
Bernstein: MLB Pace-Of-Play Moves Still Treating SymptomsLimiting mound visits is fine but also not at all the source of the problem.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears Move To Address Injury PlagueThe team has hired Andre Tucker as its new head trainer and Jason Loscalzo as strength and conditioning coach.
The Bernstein Brief: Yu Darvish Nicely Adds To Cubs' Win ProjectionsThis is an in-window move for a Cubs team doing what it can to make another World Series win that much more possible.
The Bernstein Brief: Tanks For That, BullsThe Bulls prevailed (in the race for the bottom) by losing to the Kings on Monday night.
Bernstein: Sitting Niko Mirotic Is Just Smart Business For BullsMirotic has already ascended to his top form and trade value, and only injury lurks if he plays.
Bernstein: Brewers' Moves Stir Up Cubs FansAsking the Cubs to react by doing anything just because of the Brewers' timing is ridiculous.
The Bernstein Brief: We'll Always Have This Eagles FanThis viral video of the day is an oasis of happiness.
The Bernstein Brief: It's Tom Brady And 3 Other GuysThe likes of Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Ben Roethlisberger will watch with the rest of us.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Lauri Markkanen Has His MomentMarkkanen had 33 points and a monster dunk as the Bulls prevailed under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden.
Bernstein: Hall Of Fame Finalist Brian Urlacher Deserves First-Ballot HonorRay Lewis' candidacy shouldn't affect Urlacher's stature in any way, no matter what history says.
The Bernstein Brief: Bulls, Former Bulls Have A NightRajon Rondo and Jimmy Butler shined in wins Wednesday night.
The Bernstein Brief: Seahawks' Fine A Minimal DeterrentNothing about a fine or mandatory remedial training for a coaching staff is going to change the motivations during an upcoming playoff game.
The Bernstein Brief: It Can't Just Be Nikola Mirotic ... Can It?Mirotic has gone nothing short of bananas since coming back from the trauma he suffered at the hand of teammate Bobby Portis.
The Bernstein Brief: No Market For Veteran BatsMajor League Baseball is more of a young man's game than ever.