As the Blackhawks prepare to defend the Stanley Cup and face the St. Louis Blues in their latest return to the playoffs, the loyal and lovely wives of the men in red and black have been very busy in the community giving back, driving awareness to charitable causes, and preparing to bring babies into the world (more on that later).
It’s still too early to have a definitive answer to the burning question: how good will the White Sox be in 2014? It being too early isn’t stopping this team and management from being downright giddy about the possibilities of this team and the difference in attitude and play from last year.
Calling all Bulls babes: the NBA playoffs are right under our noses! If you took a backseat after Derrick Rose went out for the season or Luol Deng was shipped off to Cleveland – we don’t blame you, but it’s time to brush up on your Bulls basics because we’re gearing up for a playoff party.
Folks, the NHL playoffs are finally here; let the quest for the repeat begin. After an incredible, season, it’s time for our beloved Blackhawks to get down to business, and bring Lord Stanley back to Chicago once again.
Miss me? Yeah, I took a little break from writing about all-things idiotic. I got caught up with new clients and working and, you know, maintaining my livelihood. Blah. But you guys are never too far from my heart, and I’ve been keeping a diligent eye on the happenings of stupid people, places and things in the sports world.
Like most sports fans these days, I have a sports folder on my smartphone that keeps all of my sports apps nicely organized. When I need scores, news and schedules, I have plenty of options crammed into that itsy-bitsy folder: ESPN, CSN, FOX, Bleacher Report – you name it, I’ve probably got it in there somewhere.
In today’s society, when social media is used and studied by all, including your coworkers and most likely, folks in your HR department, is it still possible to play a little hooky at Wrigley without the entire office knowing?
The first week of White Sox baseball offered a glimmer of hope for fans.There’s excitement surrounding the fast start by the offense, Chris Sale continuing his dominance, Jose Abreu living up to expectations, Adam Eaton setting the table and playing highlight reel defense and the unexpected power of Alejandro De Aza.
Is anyone else’s heart STILL racing from Friday’s game?! We knew the Hawks could win a game in 17 seconds, but to win it under five?! Darn impressive. After that crazy win against the Blue Jackets, another familiar foe, the St.