Articles By: WCHI Sports

What’re The Bulls Doing?!

What’re The Bulls Doing?!

What’re the Bulls doing, and where are they headed as a franchise are two huge questions looming around the city’s professional sports teams. Chicago around this time five years ago was a destination to be sought, now with a diminished Derrick Rose and potential opt out by Pau the landscape doesn’t look so good going forward. Pau wasn’t moved at […]

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White Sox Entering Critical Season

White Sox Entering Critical Season

Most of the attention this year is on the Northside, but the Southsiders have a potentially big building year if they can make the right decision when it comes to draft picks and spending wisely. Carson Fullmer and Carlos Rodon look like very good arms that can anchor a staff. The White Sox have SS Tim Anderson who enters spring […]

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No Brainer

No Brainer

Matt Forte announced on his instagram over the weekend that the Bears have decided not to re-sign him after eight season in Chicago. Forte was the Bears’ feature back for most of his career in Chicago finishing his Bears career with over 12,700 yards of total offense (8,602yds rushing, 4,116yds receiving) and 64 career touchdowns. Forte will be 31 by […]

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during the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Final Game between the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference at Bridgestone Arena on January 31, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Fast Paced Tournament Scores

The 3-on-3 tournament between the four divisions was fun to watch and extremely competitive with $1 million on the line. The championship game was a 1-0 win for the Pacific as Corey Perry and the combination of Jonathan Quick, Kings and John Gibson, Ducks carried the way over the Atlantic Division and PK Subban, Habs. The amount of skill and […]

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Bulls Bash Lake Show

Bulls Bash Lake Show

Last night the Bulls beat up the hapless Lakers by 23 handing Los Angeles their Western Conference worst 39th loss of the season. Chicago outscored LA in every quarter with Jimmy Butler leading all scorers with 26 points. Pau Gasol had a double-double against his former team with 21 and 12 while only playing 31 minutes. LA’s easily the worst […]

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Leicester City: Out of Nowhere

Leicester City: Out of Nowhere

Here in the states there’s a going to be a lull in meaningful competition with the weekend offering nothing except for regular season basketball and exhibition games in football and hockey. Now while the intrigue of a 3-on-3 All-Star Game sounds like a real take with the wonderment of gorgeous up and down frenzy by the most skilled players in […]

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Championship Sunday

Championship Sunday

Sunday marks one of the biggest sports days of the year as the Super Bowl matchup will be determined when the four remaining teams in the NFL square off for the right to go to Santa Clara, CA and play in Super Bowl 50. Santa Clara’s the new home of the San Francisco 49ers who played their second season at […]

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NASHVILLE, TN - JANUARY 19: Artem Anisimov #15 and Artemi Panarin #72 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrate a goal with Patrick Kane #88 against the Nashville Predators during an NHL game at Bridgestone Arena on January 19, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Russell/NHLI via Getty Images)

Blazing Blackhawks!

Usually it’s pointless to write about the Blackhawks until April, but what they’re doing currently is worth noting. The Blackhawks after having played mediocre hockey by their standards for most of the year have again started to assert themselves as the dynasty that will not die in the Western Conference. The Blackhawks tonight will go for their 13th win in […]

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NFC North’s Last Stand

NFC North’s Last Stand

The Green Bay Packers went down in a blaze of glory and did two things before they exited the NFL in 2015. The first thing Green Bay did was exploit an Arizona Cardinals Offense that looked extremely shaky at best in scoring just 20 points in regulation. In addition they proved that Aaron Rodgers is by far and away the […]

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Desert Dogs

Desert Dogs

Aaron Rodgers had a phenomenal Wild Card Weekend, but Saturday Night he’ll return to the scene of his worst game of the season in which he was sacked eight times and saw his offense get scored on twice following strip sacks. The Arizona Cardinals are heavy 7.5 point favorites for Saturday Night, and without Devonta Adams it’s tough to not […]

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