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Chris Vannini is a native Michigander who writes about Michigan State and the Detroit Tigers for a few places, formerly of The Only Colors. This means he lives in a place where hockey is a real sport. As a first-grader, he finished second in a pinewood derby race to a kid who broke lightspeed. But he's not bitter, since he got a cut of the space cash.

Metta World Peace Says Lakers' Goal Is To Break '96 Bulls Wins Record

Metta World Peace says the Lakers want to break the 1996 Bulls' wins record.

Bears Coach Lovie Smith Isn't Upset At D.J. Moore's Criticism Of Jay Cutler

Bears head coach doesn't mind that D.J. Moore publicly criticized Jay Cutler.

White Sox Vs. Royals: Chicago Looks to Continue Momentum Against Royals

The White Sox head to Kansas City for a three-game series.

Michigan Vs. Notre Dame: Irish Host Wolverines In Primetime

Notre Dame will host Michigan in a night game as the Irish look to move to 4-0.

Bears Vs. Packers: Brian Urlacher, Brandon Marshall Might Disagree On How Good Chicago Really Is

It might be the case of new guy vs. team veteran, but Brandon Marshall and Brian Urlacher don't seem to have the same opinion on the Bears through two games.

Bears Vs. Packers: Charles Tillman Lauds Green Bay For Fake Field Goal Call

Bears cornerback Charles Tillman said the Packers had the perfect fake field goal called in Thursday's game.

White Sox Vs. Tigers Score Update: Home Runs Give Chicago 4-1 Lead Through 6 Innings

The White Sox hit two home runs in the bottom of the sixth to take a 4-1 lead over the rival Tigers through six innings.

White Sox Vs. Tigers: Adam Dunn's Return Date Still Uncertain

Adam Dunn was ruled out for Monday's series opener against the Tigers, and the timetable for his return is still up in the air.

Bulls Finished No. 24 In ESPN's Ultimate Team Rankings

ESPN's annual Ultimate Team Rankings have been revealed, and the Bulls come in at No. 24 overall.

Ronnie Brewer Injury: Former Bulls Guard Will Miss 6 Weeks With Torn Meniscus

Current Knicks guard and former Bull Ronnie Brewer will be out for six weeks after surgery to repair a meniscus tear, according to Howard Beck of the New York Times.