1. Welcome Sheldon Brookbank to the Blackhawks.
Frank Holland: "Welcome to Chicago. The winters are much nicer here."
Scott Bolohan's mom: "Hey, Sheldon! Here's a big, booming welcome to the best Blackhawk named Brookbank ever."
Clark Jones: "Welcome to Chicago, Sheldon! ignore any drunken misfits—that's just Patrick Kane."
John Dooley: "No. 1 rule when playing for the Hawks: Don't touch Q's stache. Rule No. 2: See Rule No. 1."
Angi Taylor: "Oh, you're a scrapper? You've come to the right place!"
2. What's the biggest priority for the Bulls in free agency?
Frank Holland: Giving Brian Scalabrine a long-term deal. "White Mamba" is the only good nickname on the team.
Scott Bolohan's mom: Get someone good.
Clark Jones: Try to not laugh so hard at the $24 million Houston is giving Omer Asik.
John Dooley: Get over the tragic loss of Omer Asik. Somehow. Some way.
Angi Taylor: Maybe they can sign Sheldon Brookbank to protect D-Rose on the court?
3. Make a sports prediction for July.
Frank Holland: At least 11 Europeans and one American wearing hipster glasses will get trampled in the Running of the Bulls.
Scott Bolohan's mom: Some teams will win. Some teams will lose.
Clark Jones: America will pay attention to about .003 percent of the Olympic Trials.
John Dooley: Bayside High finally gets basketball court expansion, boldly moving its court size from 25 feet to 94 feet.
Angi Taylor: Michael Phelps' bong won't make it through security in London.
4. What would you do with Dwight Howard's trade request?
Frank Holland: Respond via Friendster. He's that out of touch.
Scott Bolohan's mom: You have to answer it. It is not polite to ignore a request.
Clark Jones: Handle it like Rahm Emanuel's office deals with requests: Ignore it until it's too late.
John Dooley: I'd accept it. Then I'd pre-emptively fire my coach and GM to make him happy.
Angi Taylor: Wait a week ... he'll change his mind again. (Nervously takes a swig of Pepsi)
5. What's the worst part about playing a baseball game in extreme heat?
Frank Holland: No AC in the dugout, and the beer gets warm if you are in Boston.
Scott Bolohan's mom: It gets really hot and your mother worries about you getting dehydrated.
Clark Jones: Extreme heat and 7-Eleven hot dogs do. not. mix.
John Dooley: The slow stripping-down of the inevitable Rod Beck look-alike.
Angi Taylor: Sweaty balls?