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Frolik can't capitalize on breakaway

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Frolik can't capitalize on breakaway

It's been an even series, and it's still even here midway through as the Blackhawks look to square things up before heading back to the desert. Otherwise, they'll be on the brink.

Michael Frolik skated in on a breakaway about seven minutes in and was stopped by Mike Smith - who wasn't sure the puck was under him and was out of sight of the official, who blew the play dead before Dave Bolland jammed it in.

The Hawks also had their second power play of the night but came up empty. They have yet to go on the kill. Shots are 16-8 in favor of the Blackhawks midway through.

White Sox prospect Luis Robert's new hair is almost literally fire

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White Sox prospect Luis Robert's new hair is almost literally fire

Luis Robert is one of the top prospects in the White Sox system and apparently he has a new hair style that makes him look like a hot prospect, or something.

Robert showed it off on his Instagram story. The emojis are a perfect match because the hair makes your head explode and the color sort of matches the color of the fire emoji.

There are so many questions from this. First off, why? Was Robert trying to have his hair look like an emoji? Is he really this bored in the offseason? Most importantly, will he keep the hair when spring training hits?

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Robin Lopez shows his terrifying angry face in Bulls-Thunder brawl

Robin Lopez shows his terrifying angry face in Bulls-Thunder brawl

The Bulls were getting blown out in Oklahoma City when the team's frustrations turned into a fight against the Thunder on Monday.

It all started with Russell Westbrook pushing Kris Dunn away after a whistle blew. Dunn then escalated things by aggressively shoving Westbrook. Once Westbrook was involved, it didn't take long for the Thunder to react in numbers.

In the middle of the chaos, Robin Lopez and Thunder forward Jerami Grant locked up with Lopez giving quite the stare while yelling at Grant. Watch the video above to see the full sequence.

It's worth pointing out the hold Bulls coach Jim Boylen puts on Grant to pull him away from the fight (with help from Cam Payne and Bobby Portis).

No players were ejected, but all four of the key players got technical fouls. Lopez later was given his second technical and ejected for dropping a ball on Jerami Grant after Lopez committed a foul on Grant.

This isn't the first time Lopez has been seen angrily pointing a finger during a heated moment.

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