Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander talk Patrick Kane and more top Chicago sports stories

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Two of the top names in Chicago sports reporting teamed up to take on some of the most important and talked about stories in the city.

Rick Morrissey and Rick Telander break down everything from new details surrounding Patrick Kane, the Bears slow start and the unfortunate end to the Cubs season.

While the Cubs season may have just concluded, both Ricks are already eagerly looking towards next season. Although, unlike some Cubs fans, Morrissey isn’t as positive about the Cubs 2016 season as some may hope.

When it comes to the Bulls, Telander thinks their entire season comes down to the team’s health. Although, their regular season may not be as important as they’ve made it over the last few years.

The Bears? Well they just stink.

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