There's a lot of news each day. Illini Inquirer will try to make it easier to digest each weekday morning with the Daily Digest. Illinois basketball great Kendall Gill returned to Champaign-Urbana on Monday for the 33rd Annual Kendall Gill Golf Benefit to raise funds for the Cunningham Children’s Home. Gill started the event after his junior season at Illinois in 1989, and it has raised more than $600,000 to benefit Cunningham youth.
Jason’s NBC Sports Chicago partners Will Perdue and Kendall Gill join The Full Go and talk about Pat Bev’s wild celebration, what could be improved in today’s game, and predict how many games the Bulls will win in their playoff series against the Bucks (03:06). Bucks play-by-play announcer Lisa Byington also joins to give a series preview from the Milwaukee perspective (32:00). Lastly, Jason gives his farewell to Pat Foley on the night he calls his last Blackhawks game (49:16).
NBC Sports Chicago Bulls analyst Kendall Gill had strong words for the Milwaukee Bucks and NBA in the wake of the league suspending Grayson Allen one game for the flagrant foul that fractured Alex Caruso's right wrist. "Ray Charles could see that was intentional. That's some BS, man," Gill said...
Gill: Bulls got lottery talent in 2nd round with Dosunmu originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Kendall Gill has lived next door to Ayo Dosunmu’s aunt for years. But Gill was unaware of that fact until one fateful morning, when, while mowing his lawn, he spotted a 6-foot-11 man amble out of a car parked directly in front of his house.