Word on the Street: Want to buy Michael Jordan's car?

Word on the Street: Want to buy Michael Jordan's car?
October 22, 2010, 3:04 am
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Michael Jordan puts car up for sale

Despite just 962 miles on the odometer, basketball superstar Michael Jordan is selling his 2007 Mercedes McLaren SLR 722. But, it won't come cheap, folks. The car, which is priced at roughly 475,000 brand new, is being shopped for 430,000. (YahooSports.com)

Bulls cut roster to 13

The Chicago Bulls have waived Roger Powell, Kyle Weaver and John Lucas III in an effort to get the roster down to 13 players. (CSNBullsInsider via Twitter)

Huet wishes he was still with Hawks

Cristobal Huet, the backup goalie during the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup Championship last season, was shipped to Switzerland during the summer as part of a cost-cutting program the Hawks launched to get under the salary cap prior to the start of the 2010-11 season. But, Huet isn't exactly refusing to look back at life in the NHL, admitting to ESPN.com that he'd rather be playing in the league. (ESPN.com)

Kerr believes Heat won't break Bulls' 72-win barrier

Former Bulls guard and current TNT analyst Steve Kerr doesn't believe the newly remodeled Miami Heat will surpass 72 wins in the upcoming regular season, despite their loaded talent.

"I just don't think that's a record that's going to be touched," Kerr said in a conference call. "Those were very unique circumstances with Michael Jordan coming back after his playoff failure after his return from baseball. He was so motivated and it seems like he won about 10 games on his own that year because he decided he didn't want us to lose. He had such an incredible edge." (Chicago Tribune)

Illinois ranks as No. 16 in preseason poll

According to USAToday's coaches' poll, Illinois is tied with Washington for 16th in the preseason rankings. The Illini join Michigan State, Ohio State, Purde and Wisconsin in the Top 25, with Minnesota and Northwestern also receiving votes. (Chicago Tribune)

MLB considering adding 7-day DL for concussions

As the NFL is cracking down in an effort to try to keep its players safe and sound, the MLB is reportedly following suit and looking into instituting a 7-day Disabled List for players with concussions. (Chicago Tribune)

Fire's C.J. Brown to retire

Defender C.J. Brown will follow Brian McBride's lead and retire at the end of the 2010 season. Brown, who spent every one of his 13 years in the league with the Chicago Fire, announced his decision Thursday. (CSNChicago.com)