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Irresistible front office meets immovable coach. Plus: Back To Blackhawks; The White Sox' Most Unforgivable Sin; Cubs Still Have That New Car Smell; and A Chicago-Area School Will Win The National Men's Volleyball Championship.
* Vernon Davis:
2:45: Thibs Going Down In Flames And Glory.
* No-No Noah.
* Tom Thibodeau's Relationship With Management As Strained As Joakim Noah's Knees.
* They Call Him Mister Coach Thibs.
"The Bulls have hired independent lawyers to investigate a physical altercation between executive vice president of basketball operations John Paxson and coach Vinny Del Negro, sources confirmed.
"The incident took place after the March 30 home loss to the Suns and centered on Del Negro exceeding, for the second time, a medically imposed minutes limit on Joakim Noah, who has battled plantar fasciitis."
* Irresistible GarPax vs. Immovable Thibs.
* Two yins, no yang.
* Bring sunscreen, Tom.
24:20: Back To Blackhawks.
* Corey Meets World.
* Captain Quenneville.
* Don Cherry.
35:15: The White Sox' Most Unforgivable Sin.
* Losing ugly.
* Dear Chris Sale:
* Bleacher creatures.
* "We've just celebrated Cinco de Mayo and that's an indicator of what's going on with your team," Maddon said. "I'm pretty happy and I wasn't drinking. It had nothing to do with Coronas with limes."
56:58: The Chicago Fire Did Something This Week.
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