Rick Telander & Richard Roeper discuss the first two episodes of ESPN’s ‘The Last Dance’

Rick Telander and Richard Roeper offer additional insights into the storylines they witnessed as journalists during the Bulls’ six championship runs.

SHARE Rick Telander & Richard Roeper discuss the first two episodes of ESPN’s ‘The Last Dance’
Chicago_Six_Times_S1E1_V3.jpg

Bulls vs Jazz in Game 2 of NBA Finals at United Center, June 3, 1997.

Sun-Times file

Listen to the first episode of the “Chicago Six-Times” podcast where each week, Telander and Roeper will recap the latest episodes and offer additional insights into the storylines they witnessed in person as journalists during the Bulls’ six championship runs.

Subscribe:Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher

The Latest
The research revealed an ancient ecosystem unlike anything seen on Earth today, including traces of mastodons and horseshoe crabs roaming the Arctic.
As a political issue that seeks to define and categorize a firearm along legal and technical lines, expert opinions based on decades of professional training and experience have to carry more weight than the opinions of the uninformed and the less informed.
With the Bears on their bye week, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley — who can be found at @patrickfinley — answers your questions from Twitter.
Ira Schab, 102, was on the USS Dobbin, a tuba player in the ship’s band. He recalled seeing Japanese planes overhead and wondering what to do. “We had no place to go and hoped they’d miss us,” he said before Wednesday’s ceremony in Hawaii.
Holecek says he’s done coaching at the high school level but isn’t sure what his future holds.