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The Maple Leafs won the game they should have lost, which they never do

It’s almost always futile to look for “signs” or “omens” in playoff hockey. The next bounce off someone’s *** doesn’t really care what happened before, and apparently, this season, neither will the next call the ref misses but still manages to leave yo...

Did not foresee the 76ers being the most impressive team in the playoffs

Game 4 against the Brooklyn Nets is a game that would normally be a disappointing loss for the “Trust the Process” era Philadelphia 76ers. The opportunity to close out a first-round series against an inferior team, along with a Joel Embiid injury to na...

Defeating Ryan Garcia was just the beginning for Tank Davis

During a contentious news conference Thursday, Gervonta “Tank” Davis (29-0, 27 KOs) threatened to break Ryan Garcia’s jaw. Turns out that was a misdirection. In the seventh round, Davis glanced a left hook off the side of Garcia’s abdomen that stunned ...

We regret to inform you that Phil Jackson kinda *****

They save “never meet your heroes,” and while Phil Jackson was never a personal hero of mine, many did look up to Jackson, especially here in Chicago, where he led our beloved Bulls to six titles in the 1990s. During that time, when the United Center w...

How can I decide what to watch on TV and stop scrolling?

Guilty of endlessly checking the menu and flipping channels? Stop and commit to a show that catches your eye, don’t binge and be cautious when sharing your streaming accountWatching television used to be relatively simple: there was a fixed schedule of...