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Chicago Tribune 19 hours ago

Avisail Garcia wants to make up for lost time with White Sox

GLENDALE, Ariz. — When Avisail Garcia considered before a workout at Camelback Ranch this week the additions the White Sox made this winter, he offered his prediction that the team would make the playoffs.

Avisail Garcia wants to make up for lost time with White Sox

GLENDALE, Ariz. — When Avisail Garcia considered before a workout at Camelback Ranch this week the additions the White Sox made this winter, he offered his prediction that the team would make the playoffs.
Northwest Herald Mar 29, 2015

Bulls hand Knicks franchise-record 60th loss in 111-80 romp

CHICAGO – Nikola Mirotic scored 24 points, Pau Gasol added 19 points and 12 rebounds, and the Bulls handed the Knicks their franchise-record 60th loss, beating New York, 111-80, Saturday night.

Bulls don't let guard down against Knicks

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau worries about every opponent. It doesn’t matter whether the Bulls are facing another playoff team like the Toronto Raptors like they did earlier in the week or a team well out of the playoff race like the New York Knicks on Saturday. Thibodeau was equally concerned about both games. After putting together a double-digit victory over the Raptors on Wednesday, the Bulls didn’t let Thibodeau down against the lowly Knicks.

Wisconsin outlasts Arizona, gets first spot in NCAA Final Four

Top-seeded Wisconsin got the first ticket to the NCAA tournament Final Four in Indianapolis by defeating Arizona 85-78.
Chicago Tribune Mar 28, 2015

Wisconsin outlasts Arizona, gets first spot in NCAA Final Four

Top-seeded Wisconsin got the first ticket to the NCAA tournament Final Four in Indianapolis by defeating Arizona 85-78.
Chicago Tribune Mar 27, 2015

You can laugh with Joe Maddon but not at him, nor his Cubs anymore

MESA, Ariz. — After Cubs second baseman Javier Baez was pummeled trying to turn a double play the other night against the Angels, manager Joe Maddon rushed out of the dugout wondering if he would need smelling salts.

You can laugh with Joe Maddon but not at him, nor his Cubs anymore

MESA, Ariz. — After Cubs second baseman Javier Baez was pummeled trying to turn a double play the other night against the Angels, manager Joe Maddon rushed out of the dugout wondering if he would need smelling salts.

Healthier Bulls searching for continuity

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls are getting healthy at seemingly the right time of the season. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau doesn’t want to hear about that, though. “I don’t get wrapped up in the talk,” Thibodeau said after practice on Friday. “I want to see performance. I want to see the work go into it. I know how you win. We have to be more concerned with the process of how we’re approaching it and are we putting the work in to give ourselves the best chance possible.
Chicago Tribune Mar 26, 2015

NCAA tournament: Sweet 16, Day 1

No. 1 Wisconsin 79, No. 4 North Carolina 72:  Sam Dekker scored a career-high 23 points, Frank Kaminsky added 19 and top-seeded Wisconsin rallied in the final 10 minutes to hold off North Carolina 79-72 Thursday night and advance to the Elite 8 of the NCAA tournament.

Fast start, brutal collapse against Bulls perfectly summed up Raptors season; False confidence killing the Raptors

Thank you, Raptors, for perfectly encapsulating your season in one game for me, making writing today’s blog an easy exercise. Against the Bulls on Wednesday, the Raptors shot out of the gate, overwhelming with a scorching, outside attack. The Raptors assisted on nearly half of the 11 makes in the frame and only turned the […]
Northwest Herald Mar 26, 2015

Chicago Bulls beat Toronto Raptors for 5th straight time

TORONTO – The Bulls are feeling good about themselves as they head toward the playoffs.
National Post Mar 25, 2015

Toronto Raptors exploited as the one-dimensional team they are in loss to Chicago Bulls

The Raptors likely were not winning this game with any lineup, but they were going to have to rely on the Bulls to miss some open looks
Toronto Sun Mar 25, 2015
Raptors fall short against Bulls but clinch playoff berth

Raptors fall short against Bulls but clinch playoff berth

It wasn’t exactly the running of the Bulls, more of a walk and, at times, a crawl.

Butler: Bulls not focused on seed, just wins

TORONTO -- The Chicago Bulls don't have the best record in the league, but they might lead the NBA in confidence. Despite all the ups and downs they've dealt with on and off the floor this season, the Bulls believe they can knock off anybody. That confidence was on display in a 116-103 win over the Raptors on Wednesday as the Bulls outscored Toronto 39-21 in the fourth quarter. "We don't play to lose that's for sure," Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler said.

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