Sarah Spain is a SportsCenter Anchor for Chicago's ESPN1000 and a reporter for ESPNChicago.com. She's a proud Cornell alum and a huge Chicago sports fan. You can follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain.
It's had cereal, ice cream and dog food eaten out of it. It's been at the bottom of a pool and visited strip clubs. Give a Stanley Cup champ his day with the NHL trophy and madness ensues.
Will Boston's goaltending hold up? Will Chicago's depth be too much to handle? Sarah Spain and Katie Strang channel Jagr's '90s mullet for their Cup finals breakdown.
Candice Appleby may be the biggest star in stand-up paddleboarding, one of the fastest growing sports around, but through all her success, she hasn't forgotten her roots.
Think Elena Delle Donne's versatility on the basketball court is impressive? Wait until you see what the Chicago Sky rookie can mix up in the kitchen.
Divided by the Crosstown Classic and then united by the Blackhawks' Game 7, Chicago fans binged on sports all Wednesday. In dramatic fashion, they went home happy.
Buying gifts for athletes isn't the only sports trend Sarah Spain would like to see eighty-sixed.
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The Blackhawks and Red Wings will square off in the Western Conference semifinals, and in this week's TWSS, Sarah Spain explains why this final go-round will be one to remember.
Elena Delle Donne loved her home state of Delaware so much, she retreated there from UConn after just two days. A college career later, she's set about making Chicago her new home.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain invites you to pull up a virtual seat alongside her and follow some of her favorite funny sources for NBA tweets.
It's inevitable the Heat will emerge from the East. But which Western team will join them? And how much of a fighting chance do they have?
Skylar Diggins is one of the most marketable basketball players in history, and in this week's TWSS, Sarah Spain explains what should have been on her wish list before signing with Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
In the first W Debate, Jane McManus and Sarah Spain discuss what Tim Tebow will need to do to stay in the NFL now that the Jets have released him.
When Cleveland reached out to Phil Jackson about its coaching vacancy, the legendary coach reportedly dismissed the idea quickly, but in this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain says he should have jumped at the gig.
In a city rich with basketball history, women's basketball has struggled to sustain popularity in Chicago. The additions of two prominent names could change that.
Including Dwight Howard's impact on the Lakers and Derrick Rose's return, we were wrong about so much this NBA season. As the playoffs near, let's review the mistakes.