Friday • May 24
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Breaking the Ice with Allison Papp
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Elliott and David are joined in studio by model/actress Allison Papp . She will discuss her career and being a brand ambassador for Icebreaker, an active lifestyle clothing store that recently opened in downtown Chicago. Plus, we'll talk hoops with Basketball Hall of Famer Jamaal "Smooth as Silk" Wilkes.
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Sports and Torts: Allison Papp

To survive another tough Chicago winter, you need to know how to dress. Good thing we have actress and model Allison Papp here in studio to show us how to layer our clothes! She's a brand ambassador of Icebreaker, who specialize in lightweight, comfortable wool clothing.
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Sports and Torts: Hall of Famer Jamaal Wilkes

Wilkes retired from the NBA almost 30 years ago, and is finally getting accolades for a 12-year professional career and a college career so impressive that UCLA Bruins coach John Wooden once singled him out as his ideal player. He finally joined the Basketball Hall of Fame last year, and had his #52 jersey retired by both the Bruins and Lakers.
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Jamaal Wilkes
Jamaal Abdul-Lateef (born Jackson Keith Wilkes on May 2, 1953), better known as Jamaal Wilkes, is a retired American basketball player who played the small forward position and won four NBA championships with the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors. He was a three-time NBA All-Star and the 1975 NBA Rookie of the Year. Wilkes was also a key player on two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship teams under coach John Wooden for the UCLA Bruins. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, and his jersey No. 52 was retired by both the Lakers and the Bruins. Wilkes converted to Islam and legally changed his name to Jamaal Abdul-Lateef in 1975, but he continued to use his birth surname only for purposes of public recognition

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