2-Minute Drill: Praiseworthy pitch, Bosh eyes return, Jennifer Aniston splits

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Catching you up on the latest news, trending topics and meaningless minutiae we all love to talk about in less than 120 seconds.

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Sorry, Jake, but Cubs manager Joe Maddon calls this group his best pitching staffCubs pull behind Anthony Rizzo after the Florida shooting at his alma mater … Your Turn: Which young Bulls player is the biggest key to their turnaround? … You better have a roster handy if you’re watching the Bulls after the All-Star break … Newly inducted HOFer Jim Thome had good things to say about White Sox prospect Eloy JimenezCharles Barkley said he once played a game drunk …. Chris Bosh says he’s not done playing in the NBA … Mark Lazerus and Tracey Myers discuss which Blackhawks should stay or go in the lastest On the Beat podcast … Not a good day for Mikaela Shiffrin in the slalomor snowboardcrosser Lindsey JacobellisJennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have splitTerrifying mascot asks people to conserve water … Missing skier found almost 3,000 miles away … This comprehensive data dive by the Washington Post on the true number of school shootings caused quite a stir.

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