Da Windy City with Mark Carman

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Scottie Pippen says their is no beef with Michael Jordan. Pip on what was the better Bulls team, Giannis Antetokounmpo chances to lead the Bucks, who would be a tougher cover LeBron or Kevin Durant?
Chicago radio reporter George Ofman is a free agent after being fired in the pandemic. Ofman wants to keep working and reflects on a lengthy career. Also, Aaron Judge weighs in on being a role model.
Chicago White Sox starter Dylan Cease and White Sox reliever Steve Cishek are ready for the 2020 season. Cease was very disappointed in last season. Cishek has some interesting feedback for spring training 2019 with the Cubs.
Chicago Bear Sam Acho has a new book out and is bringing together Chicago by putting a supermarket in the Austin neighborhood. We discuss what real change looks like.
NBA on TNT Kenny "The Jet" Smith discusses Shaq vs Hakeem and whether the NBA should return this summer.
Ennis Whatley started alongside Michael Jordan in the backcourt in Jordan's rookie year season. Whatley was in the room during the cocaine circus but has now been sober for 32 years.
Shaquille O'Neal sits down to talk Krispy Kreme donuts, Kobe, NBA title, Phil Jackson, Michael and Scottie, Chuck. The 2020 title has an asterisk.
Mickey Morandini had a front row seat for the 1998 home run chase and would vote Sammy Sosa into baseball's Hall of Fame.
Jeff Pentland was the Cubs hitting coach from 1997-2002. He had a special connection with Sammy Sosa that helped Sosa hit 60 homers in 3 separate seasons.
MLB.com writer Russ Dorsey talks about the challenges of being a young black man in today's turbulent world. Plus why he wanted to cover baseball.
Steve Stone joins to discuss will the players and owners ever coming together on a deal for 2020. I give my thoughts on the awful weekend we just witnessed in Chicago and all across the world.
Chicago Cubs TV voice Len Kasper joins Da Windy with his fingers crossed that there will be baseball in 2020.
Former voice of the Bulls Tom Dore joins to discuss the finals two episodes of "The Last Dance." Michael Jordan wanted to keep playing. Ouch.
Connor McKnight talks about baseball coming back, 87.7 the game, WSCR, The Last Dance, life.
Michael Jordan was at his most vulnerable in these last two episodes of The Last Dance. The tears were real, in the moment, and welcome. Raw. Phenomenal.
Craig Hodges was not interviewed for The Last Dance, which he considers odd considering his various to contributions to the Chicago Bulls first two title teams.
Sam Smith was called out for the Jordan Rules for using Horace Grant as his main source. Sam gives his side and I bring back a piece of my interview earlier this year with Horace. Also diehard Bulls fan Brian Bedo discusses the last two episode
Will Perdue discusses everything from being called "Will Vanderbilt" to learning to become a better player being on the same team with Michael Jordaan. Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen, was Horace Grant a snitch? It is all covered.
The Detroit Pistons walked off the court. A comprehensive viewpoint of what happened that Sunday afternoon and how it continues to haunt Detroit. Vincent Goodwill joins Mark Carman on the podcast.
Interview before the draft with Chicago Bears Tight End Cole Kmet.
The Last Dance Episode 1 and 2 recap with ESPN radio and NBC Sports Chicago personality David Kaplan.
Mark Cuban discussed the NBA coming back this summer, running for President, Luka passing Dirk someday, what his role is working with Donald Trump.
Kyle Long gives his prediction on who is going to win the Chicago Bears quarterback derby if and when there is football. Times are a changing under center in Chicago. Long touches on Trestman, Nagy, Fox and pretty much everything else. He is wo
3-time NBA Champion B.J. Armstrong discusses the Bulls new hire, Arturas Karnisovas. Chicago reporter David Schuster looks back on John Paxson's tenure with the Bulls. Ethan Blumenthal avoids the coronavirus.
David Schuster started covering Chicago Bulls basketball in 1979. He was it all from his court side seat and shares his thoughts on Michael Jordan, Jerry Krause, John Paxson and more as we get closer to ESPN's The Last Dance documentary.
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