Luol Deng and C.J. Watson, like the rest of the Bulls, expected to still be playing in the NBA playoffs. Instead, their offseason started early and has left them time to figure out what to do with the rest of their summer.
The two Chicago Bulls teammates have committed to participate in the Basketball without Borders project in Johannesburg from Aug. 30-Sept. 2, along with Serge Ibaka from Oklahoma City and Luc Mbah a Moute from the Bucks.
Basketball without Borders began in 2001 and is a camp that teaches basketball and provides lessons in health and wellness.
On the latest edition of the Bears Talk Podcast, Chris Boden and John "Moon" Mullin discuss the Bears' quarterback situation.
The guys discuss the pitfalls of trading for a veteran, backup QB while also looking at some of the college players the team could be interested in.
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Finally, Devin Hester is contemplating retirement. Is he worthy of the NFL Hall of Fame?
Listen to the Bears Talk Podcast below.
On the latest edition of the SportsTalk Live Podcast, David Kaplan is joined by David Haugh (Chicago Tribune) and Jason Goch (SB Nation Radio) to discuss the Cubs' visit to the White House.
The guys reflect on the historic day and Theo Epstein's speech. Then, the panel breaks down the Packers' impressive run and question whether it's okay for Bears fans to appreciate Aarond Rodgers and company.
Finally, are the Wild the Blackhawks' biggest threat come playoff time?
Listen to the SportsTalk Live podcast below.