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Bulls make Moore deal official

ESPN CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls have signed former Orlando Magic guard E'Twaun Moore.The team didn't announce contract terms Thursday. Moore, 6-5 and 191 pounds, played in 79 games with the Magic last season, averaging 6.4 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. He shot 43 percent from the field. He was with Orlando for two seasons and the Boston Celtics for one season. Boston drafted him in 2011 out...
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Bulls add former Magic guard E'Twaun Moore

Chicago Breaking Sports (K.C. Johnson) — The Chicago Bulls signed guard E'Twaun Moore after the Purdue product passed his physical on Wednesday. 
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Cubs leave Kane County for South Bend

Chicago Breaking Sports (Mark Gonzales) — Despite a close proximity and upgrades, Kane County will lose its affiliation with the Chicago Cubs to South Bend.
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Readers' Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

Chicago Breaking Sports (Brad Biggs) — Bears columnist Brad Biggs tackles readers' questions.
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Kris Bryant wants to force Cubs' hand on future

Chicago Breaking Sports (Mark Gonzales) — Kris Bryant received handshakes and hugs at Wrigley Field from Cubs manager Rick Renteria and several former teammates from Double-A Tennessee and Triple-A Iowa.
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5 storylines to watch at Blackhawks training camp

Chicago Breaking Sports (Chris Kuc) — After a relatively tame summer — which, incidentally, is a good thing for an NHL team that isn't celebrating a Stanley Cup championship — the Blackhawks are set to open training camp.
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Royals put dent in Chris Sale's Cy Young hopes

Chicago Breaking Sports (Colleen Kane) — KANSAS CITY, Mo. — While the White Sox were trying ineffectively to ruin the Royals' race for a playoff spot Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium, their foe turned the tables, putting a damper on one of the only pursuits the Sox have left this season.
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Jets coach Ryan stands behind Holmes

Chicago Breaking Sports (Dan Wiederer) — If Santonio Holmes’ four seasons as a Jets receiver were sometimes cast as turbulent, he has at least one fan who will offer a warm welcome Monday night in New Jersey when the Bears visit MetLife Stadium.
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Attorney sideshow distracts from NFL abuse issue

Chicago Breaking Sports (David Haugh) — We didn't need Gloria Allred hogging the camera to realize Roger Goodell dropping the ball on domestic violence cases created a systemic problem so bad he should resign.
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Charles Tillman remains bullish about Bears

Chicago Breaking Sports (Rich Campbell) — If Charles Tillman has played his last down for the Bears or even in the NFL, he's not ready to say so. The two-time Pro Bowl cornerback, who suffered a season-ending right triceps tear Sunday, will wait to decide whether to pursue a 13th NFL season.
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NFL criticized for handling of Brandon Marshall allegations

Chicago Breaking Sports (Dan Wiederer) — An escalating moral onslaught against the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell took a strange turn Wednesday in Atlanta when prominent attorney Gloria Allred held a lengthy news conference to spotlight years-old details of Bears receiver Brandon Marshall’s checkered past.
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Marshall case another blast to end Goodell's run

Chicago Breaking Sports (Steve Rosenbloom) — This looks like a time to pile on Brandon Marshall for a past that includes abusing women.
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Vikings owner: 'We made a mistake' with Peterson situation

Chicago Breaking Sports Less than two days after announcing that they were reinstating running back Adrian Peterson to the active roster, the Minnesota Vikings changed course early Wednesday.
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Vikings wake up, will pay Peterson to go away

Chicago Breaking Sports (David Haugh) — Very early Wednesday morning, Vikings owner Zygi Wilf did something to make it easier for him to sleep at night.
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No. 1 rule in Vikings morality: Follow the money

Chicago Breaking Sports (Steve Rosenbloom) — The Vikings are still despicable and stupid, but at least they were smart enough to take my advice.
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