Oh no moments from the NBA (0:55)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears are expected to hire Jeremiah Washburn as their new offensive line coach. Washburn spent last year as the Miami Dolphins assistant offensive line coach. He'll replace Dave Magazu, whom head coach John Fox let go after the season. Fox never announced the move.

Cubs' day at the White House filled with laughs (2:30)
Chris Morris

Much movement on Joe's 9 line

Joe Lunardi promotes Northwestern, following its rout of Iowa, and TCU, which held off Iowa State. Virginia Tech drops there by one line, and Dayton holds its position. Bracketology

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Alshon Jeffery should get paid nicely

Yes, Jeffery's 2016 season was a bit quiet, but he remains very productive on a per game basis. That should be enough for a hefty deal this offseason, Mike Sando writes. Due for paydays (Insider)

Joy of Chicago at the White House (6:27)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Anthony Rizzo discuss the culmination of winning the World Series: visiting the White House.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs manager Joe Maddon discuss visiting the White House on Monday.

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Bulls rise one spot in Power Rankings

Chicago lands at No. 15 this week. ESPN's Tom Haberstroh did the math, and the Bulls play like a 10-72 team without Jimmy Butler. He deserves to be All-Star starter this year. Week 13 Power Rankings

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Presidents lifetime pass to Wrigley Field given to him by the team.

President Obama jokes he wasn't crazy enough to predict Cubs' win (1:59)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Obama praising Theo for his accomplishments : "I've talked to him about being DNC chair."


Sosa, Smith get little support on ESPN ballots

ESPN's 17 Hall of Fame voters cast their ballots. Lee Smith (35.3 percent) and Sammy Sosa (17.6 percent) both received votes, but their totals fall far short of the 75 percent threshold for entry. ESPN's HOF ballot

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs and Barack Obama

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Hall of Fame Cubs Ryne Sandberg, Billy Williams and Fergie Jenkins.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs ownership, Tom and Laura Ricketts.

Bulls' Gibson throws one down plus the foul

Jimmy Butler dribbles down court toward the basket and passes to ball to Taj Gibson, who goes around a defender and throws down a two-handed jam while drawing a foul.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Awaiting the Cubs and President Obama