Illini All-American and Morgan Park High School star Ayo Dosunmu is coming home – having been drafted by the Bulls Thursday night. Dosunmu and his family and friends were watching the draft at the Bracket Room when the big news came down.
Bulls Draft Illini All-American, Former Morgan Park High School Star Ayo DosunmuIllini All-American and Morgan Park High School star Ayo Dosunmu is coming home – having been drafted by the Bulls Thursday night. Dosunmu and his family and friends were watching the draft at the Bracket Room when the big news came down.
Eloy Jimenez 10-Times Really Excited About Returning To White SoxThe White Sox may have dropped two of three to the Milwaukee Brewers, but they’re starting off the week with a big add.
Javy Baez Spends Day With Youngest Cubs Fans At Pro CampWith the trade deadline coming up on Friday, Javy Baez is one of the Cubs who could be exported. But as CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek reports, for now the ailing shortstop is attending to other things. He gave the youngest of Cubs fans a day to remember.
New Uniforms Donated To Southside Wolfpack Youth Football PlayersThere was a big surprise Sunday for some hardworking youth football players on Chicago's South Side.
You Can Rent Scottie Pippen's Highland Park Home To Watch Olympic Basketball GamesYou now have a chance to watch the Summer Olympics at the home of an Olympian – and you don’t even have to leave the Chicago area.
Ayo Dosunmu Hopes To Be First-Round NBA Draft PickAround 70 of the top NBA Draft prospects were at Wintrust Arena this week for the Draft Combine. That includes Morgan Park High School alum Ayo Dosunmu, who is hoping to be a first-round pick after his terrific three-year run with the Illini.
Mayor Lightfoot Calls Out Bears Over Bid On Arlington RacetrackMayor Lori Lightfoot is calling out the Bears, saying as part of the city’s recovery, many are doubling down on their commitments and she expects them to do the same. CBS 2's Tara Molina reports.
Trainer Chris Korfist Brings In Speed Science As He Teaches Bears' David Montgomery To Run FasterBears running back David Montgomery said his working with the best speed trainer in the world. As CBS 2’s Matt Zahn reports, that trainer is Chris Korfist - a social studies teacher at Hinsdale Central and track coach at Homewood-Flossmoor.
Northwestern Introduces Dr. Derrick Gragg As New Athletic DirectorGragg said he will bring his focus on inclusion, engagement, and community involvement to Northwestern.
White Sox Closer Liam Hendriks Loves Legos, And He's Got Lucas Giolito Into Them TooWhite Sox closer Liam Hendriks leads the American League in saves, and the eccentric Australian is also leading the league in Lego building.
Javy Baez Fools Pirates In Baserunning Play As Cubs WinWhen Baez hit a ground ball, Pirates first baseman Will Craig could have just stepped on first at any point. But he instead chased Baez, who backtracked for home plate, and then tried to throw out a struggling Willson Contreras. And Baez made it to second.
Meet Jeremiah Paprocki, The 21-Year-Old Making History As The Cubs' First Black PA AnnouncerThe Cubs’ new announcer is the youngest ever to take the mic for the team - and he's the team's first Black announcer too. CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.
Chicago Sky Tip Off Season On Saturday With High ExpectationsThe Chicago Sky feel like they are championship contenders this year, coming off a pair of seasons that ended with trips to the playoffs.
The 2021 Chicago Bears Schedule: A BreakdownCBS 2's Matt Zahn and 670 The Score Bears reporter Chris Emma have a breakdown of the 2021 Bears schedule, released Wednesday night.
Fans Return To United Center Tonight For Bulls-Celtics GameThe United Center will welcome fans back for the first time in more than a year Friday night, when the Chicago Bulls host the Boston Celtics. CBS 2’s Mugo Odigwe details what fans can expect at the stadium.
Zach LaVine Returns To Practice; Bulls Playoff Hopes Not Looking So GreatAfter about three weeks of watching movies and playing video games, Zach LaVine was back on the practice court for the Bulls on Wednesday.
Chicago Sky Training Camp Under Way With Two-Time WNBA MVP Candace ParkerTraining camp is under way for the Chicago Sky - as they seek to win the franchise's first WNBA Championship this season.
Return To United Center For Bulls, Blackhawks Fans Is Good News For Neighboring BusinessesThere are only a few Bulls and Blackhawks home games, but a loosening of COVID restrictions means fans will get a chance to see their favorite teams in person. CBS 2's Marissa Parra reports.
Chicago Blackhawks Forward Andrew Shaw Announces RetirementBlackhawks forward Andrew Shaw announced his retirement from the NHL on Monday, following a series of concussions.
Lucas Williamson, 3 Other Loyola Ramblers' Seniors Returning For One More Year Next SeasonThe Loyola Ramblers' chances at going to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in five years got a big boost on Friday, when guard Lucas Williamson and three other seniors – guard Keith Clemons, forward Aher Uguak, and guard Tate Hall – announced they're coming back. CBS 2's Matt Zahn reports.
New Northwestern Quarterback Ryan Hilinski Transfers In From South CarolinaHilinski is looking forward to playing football and studying at Northwestern, and also brings his mission to give a voice to mental health for college athletes. CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports.
QB Ryan Hilinski Transfers To Northwestern, Brings Mission To Give Voice To College Athletes' Mental HealthRyan Hilinski's older brother Tyler - who was a starting quarterback at Washington State - died from suicide. Doctors found he suffered from stage one CTE brain trauma. Since then, Hilinski has made it his mission to give voice to college athletes' mental health.
Carlos Rodón Throws 20th No-Hitter In White Sox HistoryWhite Sox left-hander Carlos Rodón threw a no-hitter Wednesday night as the White Sox shut out the Cleveland Indians. Here are remarks from Rodón, Manager Tony La Russa, and catcher Zack Collins after the game.
Struggling At Start Of Season, White Sox Pitcher Liam Hendriks Turns To Tarot Card ReaderWhite Sox closer Liam Hendriks arrived with a $54 million contract, but he has allowed two homers in just three appearances. So the Australian pitcher is now breaking out the tarot cards.