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February 21st, 2013 Having just taken the wraps off the D Rose 3.5 Chi-Town, adidas Basketball has unveiled yet another new colorway of Derrick Rose s latest signature shoe. This one pays tribute to the Murray Park court in Derrick's Englewood
As the Bulls built the NBA's best regular-season record, nowhere did the dream of D-Rose bringing his home city the first post-Jordan championship loom larger than hardscrabble neighborhood where Rose first dribbled a basketball. Rose is beloved by
It was the warmest and grandest of welcomes for the Clipper Round the World race yacht fleet at Qing... Last week's 17-17 draw between France and Ireland taught us two things...First-legs in cup competitions have a tendency to be low on goals and
Phillip Randolph Public School, Derrick Rose's old grammar school at 73rd and Hoyne, had classes from kindergarten to sixth grade when he attended in the 1990s. Now it goes up to eighth grade, because so many families have fled or been driven out of
It's too hot at Murray Park. The games have paused until the blazing sun lowers in the copper sky. I drive aimlessly north, weaving slowly through the blasted neighborhoods, looking for action, like a fisherman casting from a canoe.
Hershell Robinson sadly waters the grass in front of his house. Rick Telander~Sun-Times Updated: September 28, 2011 12:49AM I see the narrow house with the black steps and railing on the west side of Wood Street. The tiny yard in front is green and
Two sources close to Rose confirmed he has at least one concrete offer from an undisclosed foreign team and that preliminary discussions with several other teams have been held. One of those sources stressed that those opportunities only would be
Josh Karr's shadow is shown on the ground next to gang graffiti at Murray Park, W...Hermitage, in Englewood Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, in Chicago...Kim~Sun-Times Updated: September 24, 2011 10:46PM What do you notice first?
First published 5 minutes ago Updated 5 minutes ago Every Friday and Saturday these days, nature's bounty appears at Murray Park. Hundreds of people stroll past boxes of peaches, apples, pumpkins, squash, beans, tomatoes, melons and corn. Almost
Sunday September 11 2011 A light sprinkling of rain hangs stubbornly over Glasgow 's northside. Alan Smith squelches across the sodden pitch, swings through the revolving door and makes his way down corridors lined with pictures of former club greats,