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Rose comes through in the clutch

On Halloween night at the United Center it wasn’t the ghost and ghouls in the crowd that were scary; it was the play of the Chicago Bulls versus the New York Knicks. But in the end it was Rose who out-clutched Melo to send the sell-out crowd into a frenzy and to give the Bulls that vital W on opening night in Chicago. After another horrible shooting performance going 7 for 23 from the field, Rose drove the ...

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Chicago Bulls Struggle in Season Opening Loss to Miami Heat

The Chicago Bulls were obviously going to be rusty. There was no question about that. Derrick Rose returned for the first time in over 550 days. The Bulls' starting played together for the first time ever. There was going to be rust. Against the Miami Heat however, you can't have that. Instead of coming in and upsetting the defending champs like so many hoped they would, Chicago allowed Miami to go on a 17- ...

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Love to hate the Heat

Insecurities are a (insert expletive here). Most of us deal with them on a daily basis. We are insecure about our appearance, our careers, our finances and our relationships. In my opinion, that’s all normal and something we as humans naturally deal with. And having insecurities about your favorite sports team is normal too because, let’s face it, not every team is always winning championships. Teams have b ...

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Bears enjoy rollercoaster ride with Vikes for final-second 31-30 victory

There was no shortage of mistakes in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. But there was also no shortage of thrill, as the Chicago Bears took home the win in the final seconds. From start to finish this game had Chicago fans going through alternating spurts of thrills and chills. Literally, it began at kickoff. WR Cordarrelle Patterson began 5 yards deep in the endzone and ran it back for a 105-yard ...

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Sox Split Series With Mets

Well isn't that the 2013 White Sox for you. They take a series in which on paper they should win easily and blow it on the field. Too bad. In fact if it weren't for Alexei Ramirez, the Sox should gotten swept by the team from New York (not the one with 27 championships). Game One the Sox were set to face the reincarnation of Matt Harvey in Mets prospect Zach Wheeler. If you've been a fan awhile you know tha ...

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Sale the Bright Spot in Series Loss to Angels

In another series that the White Sox really needed to pick up, they fell short. The White Sox continue to sit in the cellar of the AL Central and don't look to be going anywhere fast. Game one which featured Barry Enright and Dylan Axelrod was a slugfest. The Sox started off the offense quickly, scoring five runs off Enright, causing Scoscia to lift him in only the fourth inning. Dylan Axelrod didn't do muc ...

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Sox Fall to the Rays, Split Series

Yet again Dylan Axelrod is proving why Sox general manager Rick Hahn picked him to be the fifth starter for 2013. Axelrod, went toe to toe with another established ace in the MLB; the first time when Axelrod took on and beat Mariners ace, Felix Hernandez. Axelrod pitched six innings, in which he gave up four hits, a walk, and three earned runs. Axelrod's outing would've made you think that he gave up no run ...

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Matt Moore Dominates in Win Over Sox

If you read the previous recap of the White Sox game on the 26th, you would know that one of the keys to a White Sox victory on Saturday would be to get at Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher, Matt Moore, early. However, the White Sox were not able to get to Moore, and the Rays went on to win in convincing fashion, 10-4. Moore pitched six phenomenal innings, only giving up three hits and one walk, allowing only ...

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Peavy Tough in Win Over Rays

It's happening White Sox fans! The White Sox won their second consecutive game last night to give them their first win streak in what feels like forever. The key to the win last night was the same as their series opener's win: jump on the starter early. The starter for the Rays, Roberto Hernandez (formerly known as Fausto Carmona), pitched a solid game until the Rays actually got him some run support. Once ...

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White Sox Muster Up Win in Series Loss to Tribe

The White Sox will limp out of Progressive Field with a victory in hand, but not before seeing that the team has a lot to work on if they want to contend in the AL Central. The Indians are a good team that apparently can pitch as they did not give up more than four runs to the Sox all series. However, the Indians did have an error in every game of the series which tells me that the Sox are missing chances t ...

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