The Bears were right in this week’s game but only somewhat, a lack of style points could be held against them but they were able to get the win, which is exactly what they needed to do.
The luck of the draw was certainly on the Bears’ side this week, this was a rebuilding week or a clean-up week with the health inspector willing to look the other way. Khalil Mack took a merciful week off, the first of his career in his sixth season.
It would seem that the Bulls wound up offering Parker the most of what he’d like to have in his second NBA stop but there was a lot to tempt him in his other options.
Rockets/Lakers Fight — (Surprisingly) Not Trash LeBron’s first home game. Two of the major contenders in the West. A national TV audience. Taken alone, those ingredients would’ve added up to […]
Falling a hail Mary short of upsetting the Patriots this past Sunday could have the Bears as down as they could be, but a perfect elixir may be on its way this week in the New York Jets.
…the fact that Zach LaVine is upset about losing, even though three of his fellow Bulls starters are out with injury, should be heartening to fans. One could even say that frustration kept the Bulls from folding against Charlotte yesterday and chalking up their first win of the season.
Belief regarding whether this native of Chicago could be a significant building block in the Bulls’ rebuild often shifts from one game to another. One thing that will never change is Parker’s support and love for the community that bred him.
The Bears had their opportunities to win this game as the Patriots weren’t the efficient offensive machine that they normally are, yet growing pains reared their ugly heads again this week leading to another total team collapse.
This past weekend was certainly one in which we as sports fans and media got to familiarize ourselves with what’s beef. Incidents on the court at the Staples Center Saturday […]
Since top tier college programs are already illegally paying athletes to attend their schools, why not use the G-League for them to keep payments above board while allowing the young talents to play against professional competition and get paid within the process?