It seems kind of petty that NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan would sue two Chicago grocery stores.
Growing up in Chicago, Cappie Pondexter never dreamt of playing pro basketball. Now she's the key to the WNBA Finals.
Scoop met 12-year-old LaTravis Hawkins at the local rec center. Now he's trying to help him.
There's a difference between balling in the streets and balling for your high school team.
The Brave New Voices poetry slam isn't a sport, but it is passionate competition.
Scoop Jackson appraises the state of the NBA's contenders and how free agency is shaking out.
In honor of Michael Jordan's making the Hall of Fame, Scoop presents his 10 favorite MJ moments.
Johnny Kerr and Norm Van Lier were the Chicago Bulls, as much as a guy named Jordan.
Who would be on the Mount Rushmore of the NBA? Scoop Jackson makes his picks for each franchise.
In Chicago, for the first time in 100 years, there's no love for the Cubbies. Not after what they just pulled.
Mote Whiting is 91 years old. He'll be sitting on the edge of his bed, watching the Cubs try to pull off the unthinkable.
Sure, the Cubs are still in first place, but Cubs Nation is panicking. It's win ... or die.
Ever hear of Ben Wilson? He might be the reason Derrick Rose will wear No. 1 instead of No. 25 with the Bulls.
The city of Chicago wants Bulls GM John Paxson to draft hometown product Derrick Rose. But the right choice is Michael Beasley.
In a season where Alfonso Soriano had been declared dead, the $136 million man has finally shown signs of life.