Drew Gooden hasn’t played in a game this season for the Milwaukee Bucks, so he has to get creative in order to keep himself entertained. Prior to Monday’s Bucks game in Chicago, he offered two free tickets to the Twitter follower who sent him a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet. 18 minutes later, he had a winner.
@drewgooden kirk hinrich twitter.com/Kruppsanity35/…
— Zack Krupp (@Kruppsanity35) November 26, 2012
Gooden came through with the tickets as promised.
Here you go Zack twitter.com/DrewGooden/sta…
— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012
Hopefully the winning fan is a Bucks fan, because Milwaukee won the game 93-92. I’d commend Gooden for the gesture, but not only is he encouraging jerseys to be tossed in toilets, he’s also making nearly $7 million a season to do nothing. He can afford to give away a few tickets.
Here was another option for Gooden, though it looks like this fan kept the jersey above the toilet water:
Chest bump to Off the Bench
Photo: Pat O’Neill/Twitter