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Dan Cahill is a former digital sports editor at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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History shows the Bulls are better off not tanking

If tanking was a surefire recipe for success, the Nets, Kings and Clippers would own several NBA championship banners.

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2-Minute Drill: Kris Bryant’s year, meet White Sox prospect, D-Rose sighting

Kris Bryant is poised for a big year; meet Luis Robert; and, was that Derrick Rose taking shots in an obscure gym?

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Jeremy Roenick: U.S. women’s win among ‘Top 3 best moments in hockey history’

NHL great Jeremy Roenick has seen a lot of great hockey during his lifetime, but nothing quite like what he watched during Team USA's electrifying <a

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Canada’s Jocelyne Larocque ordered to wear unwanted silver medal

For Jocelyne Larocque, there's no silver lining to finishing runner-up at the Olympics.

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2-Minute Drill: USA women win Olympic hockey gold in one for the ages

Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson's shootout goal was something to behold as Team USA ended a 20-year drought in women's Olympic hockey.

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Red Sox owner John Henry throws shade at Cubs hitting coach Chili Davis

Red Sox owner John Henry is glad to have moved on from hitting coach Chili Davis.

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Eagles’ Alshon Jeffery played through season with torn rotator cuff — report

During his five seasons with the Bears, Alshon Jeffery earned the reputation of being soft.

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2-Minute Drill: Hoiberg rewrites script; wear it, Pitino; and, Vonn gets bronze

Fred Hoiberg goes all in on the movie "Hoosiers," NCAA tattoos Rick Pitino; and, Lindsey Vonn settles for bronze in the downhill.

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Much debate over Elizabeth Swaney’s inspirational road to Olympic embarrassment

Elizabeth Swaney's leisurely swooshing looked more like morning lessons at Beaver Creek than a qualifying run at the world's quadrennial event.

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John Fox says Bears are ‘closer than people think’

Former Bears coach John Fox believes the franchise is in a much better position now than when he arrived.