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Jason Patt

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Born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago, Jason Patt has been a die-hard sports fan pretty much his entire life. Growing up during the Michael Jordan Bulls dynasty gave him a special connection with the team, a connection he couldn't even break during the dark days of Tim Floyd. After attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, he began to put that love of the Bulls into writing, becoming the editor of Bulls101.com and contributing to BullsConnect.com. He then got the call up to SB Nation's own Blog a Bull, where he's currently a contributor to go along with his duties on the SB Nation Newsdesk.

MOST RECENT POSTS

Grizzlies can clinch Monday, Pacers eye No. 1 seed

The Grizzlies are in the playoffs if they beat the Suns on Monday, while the Pacers' magic number for the No. 1 seed is down to one.

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Spurs top final regular-season power rankings

The 2013-14 NBA regular season is drawing to a close, and the Spurs will head into the playoffs with the league's best record.

Pacers beat Thunder, Blazers knock off Dubs in OT

The Pacers actually looked like a good team again and are in control for the No. 1 seed in the East, while the Blazers withstood 47 points from Stephen Curry in a wild and crazy game.

WNBA Draft

The Connecticut Sun have the top pick in the draft Monday and are expected to take Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike.

Gordon to enter NBA Draft

The freshman big man is expected to be a top-10 pick.

Aldridge's J gives Blazers wild OT win over Dubs

LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and knocked down the game-winning bucket with 39 seconds left in overtime. The Warriors lost despite 47 points from Stephen Curry.

Amar'e: Knicks best team in league 'on paper'

The Knicks' season somehow just got more ridiculous.

What's at stake in the last Heat-Pacers game

The Heat host the Pacers on Friday night, and the winner has the inside track at the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Pacers, Indy reach deal to keep team in city

The Pacers will remain at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for at least 10 more years, and the money will be used to cover operating costs and facility upgrades.

Without Lee, Warriors in trouble on the glass

The Warriors were pounded on the boards in a loss to the Nuggets, and Lee's hamstring injury could prove to be a major issue heading into the postseason.

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