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Drew Gooden Gives Tickets to Bucks Fans Who Hate the Bulls

The Bulls did everything right in their win against Milwaukee saturday night, really handed it to the Bucks on their home turf. The Bulls host the Bucks tonight at the United Center, part of a new back-to-back schedule, inspired by last year’s lockout season.  However according to Bucks’ Drew Gooden, the Bulls didn’t exactly rub him the right way. Taking his frustrations out on his Twitter account, which today that is the modern norm. Gooden has tweeted about Joakim Noah’s awesome hair – calling it a “wig.”



We all know Gooden is no stranger when it comes to expressing his feelings through social media. The one time Chicago Bull has played for an assortment of teams after his one year stint in the Windy City; playing for Sacremento, San antonio, Dallas, and the Clippers before settling with one of the Bulls’ central division rivals – the Milwaukee Bucks.

Gooden has been a Buck since 2010, and he has been at the finger tips of many Bulls’ dominated performances since then, most recently was last season when Derrick Rose hit the game winning jumper.

Today Drew challenged his twitter followers to tweet a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet, first person to do so would win his two tickets to tonight’s game.


Surely enough the Bulls haters out there in twitter land had an absolute field day responding quickly and they did not disappoint Gooden. Tonight’s winner and most disrespectful basketball fan of the year was a guy named Zach, he dunked a Kirk Hinrich jersey and twitpicked it immediately to Drew.

Tonight’s matchup should be nothing short of intensity. The Bucks are hungry for revenge but the Bulls are feeling confident coming off of a great win, ready to repeat tonight.

Brandon Jennings, who sprained his ankle against the Bulls on saturday will play tonight. He should be thankful Rose is in rehab, he rolled his ankle with no contact, Rose would roll both in one swift crossover. Based off of saturday night’s win, the Bulls should have no problems getting the job done a second time in front of the UC crowd.

Though Bulls players and Bulls fans should be aware of Drew Gooden and his dirty toilet soaked Bulls jerseys tonight, you’ve been warned.

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