Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Wellness Check: NBC Sports Chicago Exec. Producer & Founder of Live Like Roo Sarah...

Today's Wellness Check is with Sarah Lauch, an executive producer at NBC Sports Chicago and the founder of Live Like Roo, a non-profit organization that supports families of pets diagnosed with cancer. Listen here!

Jim Harbaugh goes green by sewing facemasks out of his khakis

Wearing facemasks is in right now and being environmentally friendly while doing so is the classic double whammy. Jim Harbaugh has set an example and the entire world should take notes. He has taken his very own, game worn, khaki pants and sewed them himself into facemasks for his entire family.

MLB owners meet with NCAA to learn how to convince their athletes to play...

“I think what’s best for everybody in this situation is if the owners keep all of the money and the players play for free,” said Yankees’ owner Hal Steinbrenner. “We want baseball to be played this year. The players want that, the fans want that and we want that. We are willing to do whatever it takes as long as it doesn’t involve making less money.”

ESPN plans ‘The First Dance,’ a 10-part look at Michael Jordan’s high school prom

Panicked executives from ESPN are reportedly rushing to follow up the massively successful "The Last Dance" with a new 10-part documentary about Michael Jordan. Called "The First Dance," it chronicles the future NBA superstar's experience at his high school prom.

‘Extremely bored’ Len Kasper joins GWAR

Cubs TV broadcaster Len Kasper revealed via Instagram Wednesday that he has reached an agreement to tour and record with thrash comedy rock band GWAR. Kasper, who plays bass, made a pitch to the band via social media and instantly hit it off.

BetOnline offers props on over/under for how many times MJ says ‘Fuck’ in ‘The...

Starved for betting props, without live sporting events, betting service BetOnline is offering truly unique propositions.

Adidas exec still hasn’t had the heart to tell his department that Jordan went...

“I just don’t know if they could handle it,” said Adidas executive Mark Pokitus. “My whole team loved MJ. They thought he would sign with us for sure."