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Report: Korver traded to Atlanta Hawks

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Report: Korver traded to Atlanta Hawks

The Chicago Bulls have traded sharpshooter Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks, according to the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson.
Johnson says the deal may be part of a sign-and-trade with shooting guard Kirk Hinrich, who was expected to sign with the Bulls this week.
Korver, 31, averaged 8.1 points and 2.4 rebounds per game in 22.5 minutes per game last season. He was owed 5 million if the Bulls picked up his option, and Hinrich was reportedly set to sign for 6 million over two years.
The Bulls are also expected to bring back center Omer Asik, who signed a three-year, 24.1 million offer sheet with the Houston Rockets.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should the Bulls trade up or down in the draft?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should the Bulls trade up or down in the draft?

Mark Carman, Hub Arkush, Phil Rogers and Will Perdue join Kap on the SportsTalk Live Podcast.

The guys start by discussing Brandon Morrow's injury that he sustained while taking off his pants... what's the craziest cause for an injury the guys can remember?

Plus, should the Bulls move up or down in Thursday's NBA Draft? Does it make sense to take on a bad contract in a potential deal?

Listen to the full SportsTalk Live Podcast right here:

Blackhawks emergency goaltender Scott Foster made his return at the NHL Awards to present the Vezina Trophy, and it was perfect

Blackhawks emergency goaltender Scott Foster made his return at the NHL Awards to present the Vezina Trophy, and it was perfect

After staying out of the public eye since his historic emergency relief appearance, Scott Foster emerged in Vegas at the NHL Awards and it was perfect. 

The 36-year-old accountant fittingly presented the Vezina Trophy award for the league's top goaltender and joked that he needed to speed it up because he had to get back to work.

Check him out on stage:

What a moment. And well done, NHL. 

Foster stopped all seven shots he faced in 14:01 of action in the Blackhawks' 6-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on March 30.

Nashville Predators netminder Pekke Rinne took home the award, but you can't argue against Foster's 1.000 career save percentage.