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Assocaited Press Bears QB Mitch Trubisky has blinders on as he heads into his second training camp, and his first as the starter. Trubisky’s tunnel vision is a good sign because he’s blocking out all outside distractions so as to have a laser-like focus on his job as the Bears’ franchise quarterback
As camp begins, Bears QB Trubisky's sole focus is blocking out distractions
Bears QB Mitch Trubisky has blinders on as he heads into his second training camp, and his first as the starter. Trubisky's tunnel vision is a good sign because he's blocking out all outside distractions so as to have a laser-like focus on his job as the Bears' franchise quarterback. "He's very focused; very driven," head coach Matt Nagy said. "Those are generic terms, but the kid genuinely cares about the game of football and his position. He wants to be the greatest teammate on this team, and he knows that if he does that, he'll make guys around him better."
Mike Trout hits a solo home run in the third inning during the 89th MLB baseball All-Star Game, Tuesday Nationals Park, in Washington. After MLB commissioner Rob Manfred took Trout to task for not marketing himself more, lengendary Cubs second baseman Ryne Sandberg has a message for Trout: Just do your thing.
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Vinnie Hinostroza was shocked when he learned that the Chicago Blackhawks traded him to Arizona, but the Bartlett native is determined to turn the page and help an up-and-coming Coyotes squad reach the playoffs next season.
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It remains to be seen how the Bulls will use players like, from left, Lauri Markkanen, Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine next year. Those three and new addition Jabari Parker probably won’t have “the exact roles on the first day as ... the middle or end of the season,” coach Fred Hoiberg said, and finding out how each player will fit in the Bulls system will “be a big part of what we’re looking for heading into training camp.”
Bulls have pieces in place, but chemistry will be a puzzle
Hoffman Estates’ loss could be a gain for the Bulls, who decided to add last year’s G-League rookie of the year Antonio Blakeney to their NBA roster. Blakeney averaged 32.0 points for the Windy City Bulls last season.
Bulls promote Blakeney to NBA roster
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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