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Drew Gooden has been on both sides of the rivalry between the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls, so he decided to have a little fun with it.
The Bucks forward took to Twitter to offer two tickets to Monday night's game between the two teams in Chicago to the first person who sent him a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet.Ironically, the winner sent Gooden a picture of a Kirk Hinrich jersey in the toilet. Gooden and Hinrich were not only former teammates with the Bulls but also played together at the University of Kansas.
"Hated for it to be Kirk's jersey but oh well," Gooden tweeted.Bulls forward Joakim Noah, a close friend of Gooden's, got in a bit of a friendly Twitter war with Gooden on Sunday.
The Bulls beat Milwaukee on Saturday, which caused Gooden to send a tweet saying that the Bucks were looking for payback Monday.
After a few friendly back-and-forth tweets, which included Gooden warning Noah to not get a chopstick from P.F. Chang's stuck in his hair, Noah sent this:
"U dont want twitter war Goody. Word on street is ur minglin around Mastros. I'll send Bulls fans to come tie you up."
Both confirmed during shootaround that it was all fun, but it was Gooden who got the final laugh after his team rallied from 27 points down to in.
The final tweet from Gooden?
"Hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahhahahahahaha!! Go Bucks!!"
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Milwaukee’s Drew Gooden, who’s been on a plethora of teams including the Bulls, had an odd request via Twitter for tonight’s game against the Bulls. Good offered free tickets to first fan that sent him a picture of a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet. It didn’t take long, as several fans tweeted him pictures:
First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the...
First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will getmy tickets for tonight’s game
— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012
Bucks forward, Drew Gooden, held a contest via Twitter before Monday night’s game in Chicago, awarding the first fan to send a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet 2 tickets to the game. Zack Krupp, a College of...
Milwaukee Bucks veteran forward Drew Gooden had an interesting way of giving out two free tickets to Monday's game against the Chicago Bulls. He awarded them via Twitter to the first follower who could tweet at him with a picture of a Bulls jersey in a toilet. Don't believe me? Here's proof:Via @Kruppsanity35 Via SportsbyBrooks.
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First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will getmy tickets for tonight's game
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