Archive for April 2011

Red (Stars) Will Rise Again.....

Red is the color of passion, of heart, and of boldness. And it’s appropriate that all I can think about is the color red these days. After all, the red-and black uniformed Bulls are playing the cardiac .  Covering both the Bulls and the Blackhawks home matches at the United Center last week, I was awash in... Read more »

Forget Maya Moore: Chicago Sky looks to mirror Bulls' success with new coach, 2000-point draft pick

Forget Maya Moore: Chicago Sky looks to mirror Bulls' success with new coach, 2000-point draft pick
As the Bulls begin their playoff march at the United Center on Saturday, another group of professional basketball players will be watching closely to see how far the much-improved, new look Bulls will go in the playoffs. One and done? Not likely. Eastern Conference finals? A real possibility for the first time since 1998. Much like the... Read more »

ON ANY GIVEN SUNDAY: NOTRE DAME, AGGIES STUN IN WOMEN'S EPIC BRACKETBUSTER

It’s good to be from Indiana if you’re a college basketball fan in 2011. Most of the world thought that both the men’s and women’s tournaments would feature the University of Connecticut Huskies. And that the Women’s Championship game would feature a repeat of last year’s #1 and #2 ,UConn Huskies and Stanford Cardinal. So... Read more »
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