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Jerry Reinsdorf

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  • NBA owners overwhelmingly support Adam Silver's decision

    An overwhelming majority of NBA teams would vote for Donald Sterling to sell the Clippers, according to comments made Tuesday by numerous owners around the league. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver does not have the power alone to force Sterling to sell...
  • The men who will decide Donald Sterling's fate: NBA's other owners

    As part of the NBA's sweeping sanctions against Clippers owner Donald Sterling over his controversial racial remarks, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is urging the league's other owners to push for the Clippers' sale. Silver said that if three-quarters...
  • Relax, Tom Thibodeau unlikely to go anywhere

    Relax, Tom Thibodeau unlikely to go anywhere
    In Chicago, reasonable people would agree only one head coach commands more respect than Tom Thibodeau. He wears a mustache and two Stanley Cup championship rings that distinguish him. In the NBA, in terms of reputation, only two head coaches compare to...
  • Dodgers lose Javy Guerra and Seth Rosin on waiver claims

    All that bullpen depth, and you would have thought the Dodgers would get something for their overflow. But it was nothing doing, and on Wednesday they lost both Javy Guerra and Seth Rosin to waiver claims. Guerra, their ex-closer who saved 21 games in...
  • Bill Veeck, baseball's Barnum

    Bill Veeck, baseball's Barnum
    Mary Frances Veeck had to think about the question for a few seconds: How would her late husband of 35 years, the legendary baseball executive Bill Veeck, handle being 100 years old? "Bill at 100?" she finally responded during a recent phone interview...
  • Hawks a cherished Wirtz family business

    Hawks a cherished Wirtz family business
    For fans, Rocky Wirtz's arrival in 2007 as head of the Blackhawks was unexpected. His brother, Peter, was the senior vice president of the team and seemingly groomed over two decades while Rocky managed the family's wholesale wine, beer and spirits...
  • Jerry Reinsdorf's son seen as successor on Bulls

    Jerry Reinsdorf's son seen as successor on Bulls
    When Michael Reinsdorf wanted to work for his father's sports teams fresh out of the University of Arizona, his dad said no. Almost two decades later, Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf did the asking. The conversation didn't last long. The son responded:...
  • Quinn's choice to run Illinois Sports Facilities Authority filed for bankruptcy in '09

    Quinn's choice to run Illinois Sports Facilities Authority filed for bankruptcy in '09
    Gov. Pat Quinn's choice to run the state agency that oversees the financial operations of U.S. Cellular Field filed for bankruptcy three years ago after racking up $102,500 in debt, mainly from credit cards, court records show. The revelation follows...
  • Rosemont makes a play for Cubs, but they'd rather play the clown

    Rosemont makes a play for Cubs, but they'd rather play the clown
    I’m still waiting for confirmation from the Elias Sports Bureau, but I believe that Tom Ricketts now leads the Chicago Owners League in negotiating errors. It’s hard to think he surpassed Michael McCaskey in such a short time, but the...
  • Reinsdorf, Thompson ask dismissal of lawsuit by ex-sports authority chief

    Reinsdorf, Thompson ask dismissal of lawsuit by ex-sports authority chief
    White Sox Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf and former Gov. Jim Thompson are asking a federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit brought against them by the former head of the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority, arguing among other things that the First Amendment does...
  • 10 things you might not know about Sox parks

    10 things you might not know about Sox parks
    The White Sox have had three home ballparks: South Side Park (1901-1910), the original Comiskey Park (1910-1990) and new Comiskey Park (1991-2003), since renamed U.S. Cellular Field (2003-present). Two weeks ago, we shared 10 things about Wrigley Field....