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  • The Last Dance Impacts Bulls
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    The Last Dance and Expectations for the 2020 Bulls

    The six banners hang in the rafters, but those are the only remnants of the dynasty that fans still see in the United Center these days. Phil Jackson no longer roams the sidelines. Dennis Rodman no longer dominates Chicago’s media scene. Michael Jordan’s last game as a Chicago Bull was twenty-two years ago. “The Last […] More

  • Dream Team Snubs
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    The In-Your-Dreams Team: 5 Forgotten Snubs of the ’92 Dream Team

    Jordan. Magic. Bird. The list goes on. The 1992 Olympics was the first time FIBA allowed NBA players to participate on the U.S. national team, and the United States didn’t hold back when it came time to build the roster for what would become known as the “greatest team ever assembled.” But is is possible […] More

  • Corona Postpones Kentucky Derby
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    Corona Quiets The Ponies: Impact on Kentucky Derby and Louisville

    This post is the second in a series of blogs about the implications of the coronavirus pandemic on certain cities that have special significance in the world of sports. This week we focus on Louisville, Kentucky. The Party (Usually) Begins This Saturday would normally be the time of year when dapper folks around the country […] More

  • Forman Out Paxson Reassigned
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    Change in Chicago: Forman Out, Paxson Reassigned

    Many Bulls fans longed for it. Few thought it would happen soon. GarPax is finally out of power. While we never wish specifically for anyone to lose his or her job, any fan who followed the team over the last five seasons would acknowledge the need for a change in the direction of the franchise. […] More

  • Corona Hurts Cooperstown
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    Corona Hurts Cooperstown

    This post is the first in a series of blogs about the implications of the coronavirus pandemic on certain cities that have special significance in the world of sports. This week we focus on Cooperstown, New York. Welcome to Cooperstown For any twelve-year-old boy with aspirations of playing on youth baseball’s highest stage, these three […] More