Archive for March 2015

DePaul Coaching Search Needs List of Strong Candidates

DePaul Coaching Search Needs List of Strong Candidates
After back to back failures from the Wainwright and Purnell eras, DePaul and Athletic Director Jeannie Lenti-Ponsetto need to get their next hire right. With the McCormick Place arena set to open in two years, DePaul needs to generate success on the court to build up excitement. Candidates both young and experienced are available to... Read more »

NCAA Tournament Players With Chicago Ties

NCAA Tournament Players With Chicago Ties
Players in the NCAA Tournament from the Chicago area are sprinkled throughout the country on NCAA Tournament teams. Many of the players like Duke Jahil Okafor and Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky are the keys to their teams. Others players may be key role players or players off the bench. Here is a look at the players... Read more »

Big Ten Bracketology: Teams have work to do in the B1G Tournament

Big Ten Bracketology: Teams have work to do in the B1G Tournament
The Big Ten Regular season is complete and the conference tournament commences Wednesday at the United Center. Several teams have work to do. Some need wins to improve their seed and others need wins to get off the bubble. The Big Ten Tournament will offer plenty of opportunities for several teams that need a good... Read more »
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Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes

Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes
Derrick Rose has played in just 95 games the last four seasons. He has made $59.7 millions in that time frame. His latest MCL surgery has talk radio abuzz that he will never be the same player again. Certainly not the 2011 MVP caliber player we saw.   In Rose’s first three NBA Seasons, he missed only five... Read more »