Sunday, Jan. 16, 2011
Boozer out for Monday's game
The Bulls star forward Carlos Boozer will miss Monday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies after suffering an ankle injury in the waning seconds of Chicago's thrilling victory over the Miami Heat Saturday night. Boozer, who missed the first few weeks of the season after suffering a freak injury in which he broke his hand tripping over a duffel bag, will reportedly not travel with the team. (CSNChicago.com)
Bosh whines about Asik
Bosh responded by saying: "C'mon, that is how guys get hurt, that is how serious injuries happen.You've got to watch people's legs. I know guys want to hustle and everything but we all want to play and provide for our families and have a job.We all want to be healthy and that is very important If it is by somebody's leg, don't dive for the ball, it's too close." (CBS Sports)
Harris out with hip injury
Bears safety Chris Harris left Sunday's game with a hip injury he suffered in the first half. He starts alongside Danieal Manning, with rookie Major Wright as the main backup for both positions. No word yet on whether Harris will play next week against the Green Bay Packers, but if not the Bears may be in some trouble without his veteran leadership. (Chicago Tribune)
Bears champs reunite in Minnesota
Such a deal would reunite him with former Bears teammate Leslie Frazer, who was named permanent head coach after an interim stint replacing Brad Childress. (nfl.com)
Bad blood between Cubs and Theriot
Ryan Theriot, a former fan favorite of the Chicago Cubs, was recently traded to the St. Louis Cardinals, the Cubs' most hated rivals. Upon the deal, Theriot commented that he was finally on the right side of the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry.
Cubs catcher Koyie Hill had some harsh words for the former Cubs leadoff man, saying "theres probably a decent chance hes going to feel how hard the dirt is around the home plate batters box at least once. (CSNChicago.com)
Glanville to take over on radio for Santo?
According to rumors circulating around Twitter and other outlets, former Cubs outfielder Doug Glanville could replace Ron Santo as the color commentator for WGN Radio for the Cubs broadcast. It is all just rumors at this point, however, as Glanville claims he hasn't even received a call about the position yet. (CSNChicago.com)