Found September 03, 2012 on
Towards the end of my senior year of high school, my English teacher informed us that we would be doing a final research paper for him. A senior thesis, of sorts. I seized upon the opportunity to write about the Bulls, and this was the result. Now, because my bosses are on my back about continuing to post even though nothing’s actually happening in the NBA right now, I thought it might be a good time to break it out and pass it along to you. Here’s the introduction, examining how and why the Chicago Bulls came to be called the Chicago Bulls. Enjoy. I’ve often wondered why a basketball team in Chicago would be named the Bulls. I mean, it sounds fine, and it works well, but it seems kind of random. Well, as it turns out, the Bulls’ nickname comes from the mind of a child. In 1966, prior to the Bulls’ first season in existence, Owner Richard Klein was attempting to find a suitable name for his new franchise. He was struggling a bit with it, most notably with the idea of syllables. All ...

Carlos Boozer Raps (Amongst Others)

I’m assuming this album is for charity so I won’t make as much fun of it as it deserves but….the Carlos Boozer track…..dude raps like he balls….“Mic check, one two one two….mic check, one two one two…” – Carlos Boozer


Chicago: -THE Chi-City Hoops Factory BASKETBALL MECCA     It could be said that Chi-Town makes more buckets than you would need to bail-out all the water in the state of Louisiana after a hurricane. In fact, there are very few cities in the US that can claim that they have had some of the greatest basketball players to ever play the game to come out of it while at the same...
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