Host Brian Chimino and Michael O’Brien of the Chicago Sun-Times run down five things to watch this week in Chicago area basketball.
We preview Hales vs. St. Rita, Willowbrook vs. Hinsdale South, Lincoln-Way West vs. Thornwood, Bradley-Bourbonnais vs. Thornton, Luther North vs. Lane.
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The Chicago Gospel Music Festival, ‘The Lloyd Price Musical’ and an Andy Warhol art exhibit are among the highlights of the week ahead.
Cornerback Jaylon Johnson hasn’t told the Bears when he’ll return to practice, though head coach Matt Eberflus presumes it will be in time for mandatory minicamp in two weeks.
Tim Scott reminds me of another Black Republican, former Oklahoma U.S. Rep. J.C. Watts, who decided not to run for re-election in 2002, a reader from Itasca writes. Why didn’t Republicans do more to keep him around? Maybe they’ll do better with Scott.
“It’s kind of like riding a bike,” said Whitehair, who has transitioned from guard to center and back since his rookie season with the Bears in 2016 — when he moved to center four days before the season opener.
Juan and Rosendo Hernandez were convicted in a 1997 shooting case investigated by former CPD Det. Raymond Guevara. The brothers were released last year.