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Milwaukee Bucks success from a Chicago Bulls fan perspective

By: Alex Patt The Milwaukee Bucks have clinched their first NBA Championship since 1971 in a thrilling six game series against the Phoenix Suns. Giannis Antetokounmpo, one of the NBA’s great stars, is the first Buck to win Finals MVP since the legendary Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. As a person with Greek blood in him, seeing “TheContinue reading “Milwaukee Bucks success from a Chicago Bulls fan perspective”

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Chicago Stadium: The venue I just missed out on

By: Alex Patt The same year I was born, the historic Chicago Stadium closed its doors for the final time. Chicago Stadium hosted sporting events, political conventions, religious gatherings, concerts, and more from 1929 through 1994. The most notable tenants of the “Madhouse on Madison” were the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bulls. Four months afterContinue reading “Chicago Stadium: The venue I just missed out on”

Worst sports moments of my life

By: Alex Patt I can still see and hear it…the football hitting off the goal post with a loud thud, deflecting off the crossbar, and twirling to the Soldier Field turf. A sports memory that I wish I could forget, but never will. For all the great moments I have witnessed in my 26 yearsContinue reading “Worst sports moments of my life”

I wish I could have been old enough to remember Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls dynasty

By: Alex Patt It has been over two decades since Michael Jordan’s “Last Dance” with the Chicago Bulls. Watching the ESPN documentary this past April not only reminded me of how great Jordan, Scottie Pippen and the Bulls were in the 1990s, but also how much it sucks to know I was alive for theContinue reading “I wish I could have been old enough to remember Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls dynasty”