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Tailgate: Bulls Hit Rock Bottom?; Bears Play Out the String

Ken Green

Write. Poetry. White Sox. CTA. Bike path. Italian beef, dipped. Bears. Ernie Banks. Green Mill. Old Wicker Park.




  • Proof that the Bulls don't play in a vacuum is the fact that their stunning defeat Monday night to the Sacramento Kings after posting a 35-point lead has become the talk of the sports world today. The Vinny Del Negro Watch has picked up steam.
  • And, no, we can't look to the Bears for relief, but the good news is they only have two games left in this season. You gotta find your silver linings where you can. Meanwhile, the fans take to the streets with their torches and pitchforks.
  • About the only bright spot right now is the Blackhawks. How bright are they? Other teams are looking at doing well against them as a measuring stick.
  • Ozzie Guillien isn't the only White Sox member glad to see Juan Pierre come aboard. Count Gordon Beckham among Pierre's new fans.
  • Once again, it's time to play everyone's favorite game, "Guess Who The Cubs Are Interested In".
  • The is only one Stan Mikta. Accept no substitutes.
  • ESPN Chicago names the Top Ten team moments, games and players in Chicago sports. And you can vote too.



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