DeMar DeRozan sank three free throws with 0.5 seconds remaining in overtime to finish with 33 points as it appeared the Bulls had the game wrapped up. But Griffin took sideline alley-oop pass from Jalen Johnson and scored on a turnaround jumper with Derrick Jones Jr. defending for the win.
Nikola Vucevic had 23 points and 11 rebounds for the Bulls, who were coming off a 132-113 loss at Phoenix on Wednesday and dropped their third in four games.
Goolsbee, 53, an economics professor at the University of Chicago who is a frequent commentator in opinion columns and television appearances, will succeed Charles Evans on Jan. 9. Evans is retiring after 15 years as head of the Chicago Fed after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 65.
Jesús Luzardo allowed one hit over seven innings for his first win since April, and Jacob Stallings and Peyton Burdick hit back-to-back home runs as the Miami Marlins beat the Chicago Cubs 3-0 on Sunday to prevent a three-game sweep.
A 56-year-old man was shot and killed Saturday afternoon near the intersection of California and Flournoy in the Garfield Park neighborhood and the police pursuit of the suspected murderers was abruptly terminated as officers closed in. Craig has some brief thoughts.
Neil Steinberg published a column in the Chicago Sun-Times last week that had everyone talking and Craig just couldn't help himself.
Everyone in Chicago has a guy for something and, after a brief break, in Craig's first column back he wanted to write about his Old Fashioned guy.
He's been hard on the mayor but she's never been soft and he knows she can take it as good as she gives it. Craig offers a surprising defense of Lori Lightfoot and does his best to help non-Chicagoans better understand the thick context around the mayor's diction.
On this episode of the podcast, Craig's talking about what everyone's talking about and revisits something he wrote about Mike Madigan back in the summer of 2020. He also talks a little...or a lot...about Lori Lightfoot's latest quotes.
In every big city in the world, and the little ones, too, every so often there comes a simple story that, at first, seems relatively inconsequential until one thing leads to another and you're wide eyed and thinking to yourself, "the Who did the Huh with the What now?"