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D.J. Moore borrows fan's TV

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D.J. Moore borrows fan's TV

By Danny Moran
CSNChicago.com

Could someone please direct D.J. Moore to the nearest Best Buy?

The Bears cornerback used his Twitter account to borrow a small television from a fan after he had difficulty bringing his from his home to Bourbannais.

Is anyone willing to let me borrow there small tv for camp. Bourbonnais il D.J. moore (@DJMoore30) July 24, 2012
Apparently, Moore did not know how to get his flatscreen off his wall to bring to training camp. Hey, we've all been there before.

Luckily for Moore a fan stepped up to get him the TV seen below, and he will be able to catch reruns of Jon and Kate Plus 8 in peace.

Someone just let me borrow tv thanks fans D.J. moore (@DJMoore30) July 24, 2012
Bears DB @djmoore30 claims he "found" this flat screen... Hmmm. twitter.compeggykusinski peggy kusinski (@peggykusinski) July 26, 2012

NHL Draft Profile: D Evan Bouchard

NHL Draft Profile: D Evan Bouchard

From June 17-21, Charlie Roumeliotis will profile two prospects per day — 10 total (five forwards, five defensemen) — leading up to the NHL Draft.​

Evan Bouchard

Position: Defenseman
Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 193 pounds
Shoots: Right

Scouting report:

"A highly intelligent defenseman with exceptional vision and offensive instincts. He reads the play very well and his passing ability allows him to be a constant threat in his team's transition game. He's one of the top offensive-defenseman in the Canadian Hockey League and magician-like when quarterbacking the power play."

NHL player comparable: John Carlson/Alex Pietrangelo

Fit for Blackhawks:

At 6-foot-2, 193 pounds, Bouchard is one of the most NHL-ready defensemen in this year's draft and that could be appetizing for a team like the Blackhawks, who are looking for immediate help on the blue line. But Bouchard is a right-handed shot, and drafting him would add a third high-end right-handed shot defenseman to the organization, along with prospects Henri Jokiharju and Ian Mitchell.

You can never have enough of them, but there's only room for three before somebody would have to play on their off hand and that would mean the third would be playing on the bottom pairing. All three of these players have Top 4 potential.

Still, that may not even come into play here. The Blackhawks will seek to take the best available player, like they always have. And if they feel it's Bouchard, they'll do it.

White Sox Talk Podcast: Ask Us Anything Part 1

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White Sox Talk Podcast: Ask Us Anything Part 1

We asked you to ask us anything about the White Sox and you delivered in a big way. We got so many questions, we had to do two different podcasts! Among the questions here in Part 1: should the White Sox send Yoan Moncada to Triple-A? What players will be traded before the deadline? Who are some sleeper prospects in the minors? Will Jordan Stephens be called up before Michael Kopech? Should Juan Uribe be a team ambassador? What's our all-time White Sox team from 2000 to the present and many more.

Listen to the full episode at this link or in the embedded player below: