Bulls’ season ends with a thud in blowout Game 6 loss

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Bulls’ season ends with a thud in blowout Game 6 loss

The Bulls got off to a rough start in Friday’s Game 6 vs. Boston and never recovered. The Bulls lost their fourth straight 105-83 and dropped the series 4-2.

 
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What Bears’ Pace saw in monster tight end that made him bypass defensive needs

Disdaining help for the defense, specifically the secondary, for a second straight day, the Bears took tight end Adam Shaheen from Division-II Ashland with the 45th overall pick after trading down nine spots in Round 2.

 
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Rozner: Bulls surrender, go quietly into the night

The Bulls quit Friday night in a fitting conclusion to a bizarre season.

 
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Bears’ Trubisky: I know I can be a championship quarterback

If there’s one thing Bears first-round pick Mitch Trubisky knows, it’s how to develop as a quarterback without playing. That could come in handy as he bides his time behind current starter Mike Glennon.

 
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Soto’s 2-run single leads White Sox past Tigers, 7-3

Geovany Soto broke open a tie game with a bases loaded, two-run single in the eighth inning, helping the White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 on Friday night.

 
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Back in Boston, Cubs’ Epstein feeling the love

Cubs president Theo Epstein has been the man of the hour among Cubs fans and Red Sox fans this weekend. Epstein, former GM of the Red Sox, returned to Fenway Friday as a defending world champion with the Cubs.

 
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Early power fades as Cubs fall to Red Sox

Although Joe Maddon says he prefers National League baseball, he was able to use Kyle Schwarber as his designated hitter Friday night as the Cubs lost 5-4 to the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. The Cubs stranded 10 runners on base.

 
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Blackhawks deal Darling to Hurricanes

The Blackhawks traded goalie Scott Darling to the Carolina Hurricanes for a third-round pick in the upcoming June draft. “I wouldn’t change a second of my time in Chicago,” Darling said last week.

 

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