The gravy train of open and taxed sports betting is soon to be available just about everywhere. Does this make you happy? It disgusts me.
TELANDER: It’s possible that the worst thing to happen to the Bulls in the last 10 years is also the thing that was once considered the greatest.
Roquan Smith, Yadier Molina and Corey Crawford provide three examples that can offer a new perspective on the professional life.
There never will be another Michael Jordan. There can’t be. But I’m beginning to think there never will be another LeBron James, either.
Sports always has been a priority at the Sun-Times – even as competitors cutback beat writers, columnists and travel to ‘away’ games.
Pace seems so honest and forthright that it isn’t until later that you realize you better check to make sure your wallet is still in your back pocket.
Back in the 1990s, the Bulls’ Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Ron Harper often would gamble on long shots they’d attempt before and after practice.
The Cubs are 5-5 now, and the division-leading Pirates are 8-2. Nothing to get worried about, really, but the Pirates?
When a team like Loyola beats three big-time teams ranked higher than it, well, basketball folks get mighty interested in the rising coach.
Longtime Sun-Times sports columnists launch a weekly podcast in which very few topics will be out of bounds.
While Loyola thrives under coach Porter Moser, DePaul flounders under athletic director Jean Lenti Ponsetto.
No. 1 seeds are a perfect 132-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament since 1985, but that can’t go on forever.
With a batting eye like that of a bird of prey, Ichiro has a base-hit swing that is basically a slap and propels him toward first base.
Lisa DiMucci, whose husband died with symptoms of CTE, will urge state lawmakers to ban tackle football for anyone under age 12.