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Kap & Haugh 8/28/15 Lester Munson: "If half of it is true, Rose has a serious problem"

ESPN legal analyst Lester Munson kicks off today’s third hour to break down the Derrick Rose lawsuit. He discusses the possibility of Rose’s case turning from civil to criminal, whether or not Rose would file a counterclaim against the accuser, the accuser’s case against Rose, the significance of the accuser being on her third lawyer, touches on the Patrick Kane investigation and more. 9 more words


Kap & Haugh 7/8/15: Wintrust's You Decide

On this edition of Wintrust’s You Decide, Kap and Carm debate whether or not the Bulls should move Joakim Noah in an attempt to shake things up for the Bulls. 7 more words

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Kap & Haugh 6/29/15: Are two heads better than one?

In today’s first hour, inspired by Kenny Williams’ comments on his and Rick Hahn’s roles with the team, the guys notice an interesting trend with multiple Chicago sports teams and debate the best way to run an organization. 9 more words

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Chicago Bulls 1991 - Part XVIII: Learning To Fly

Published: June 14, 1991 – NY Times

INGLEWOOD, Calif., June 13— The Chicago Bulls were on an emotional high today, looking down at the rest of the basketball world. 910 more words

Chicago Bulls 1991 - Part XV: Horatius Goggles

Published: June 7, 1991

INGLEWOOD, Calif., June 6— As the Chicago Bulls flew to California this morning, Horace Grant had a clearer vision of what it will take to beat the Los Angeles Lakers. 509 more words

Chicago Bulls 1991 - Part XIV : The Move

Published: June 5, 1991.

CHICAGO, June 4— Because Michael Jordan has never been on a team that won a National Basketball Association championship, Wednesday night’s game here is the most important of his pro career. 717 more words

Management styles have Cubs and Bulls heading in different directions

Sports are business, and like in any industry effective management at every level is an essential part of success for an organization. That has become abundantly clear as we look at two Chicago sports franchises that are heading in opposite directions in large part, because of successes and failures in their management structure. 1,053 more words