Found January 25, 2012 on Razzball Basketball:
It appears that maybe the Rookie of the Year race could resemble the Dunkin Donuts jumbotron race the United Center plays in between quarters of Bulls games. It’s nothing special: an animated donut, coffee cup and bagel race twice around an animated track. There are six pre-recorded outcomes that play on a loop every six games. The coffee cup takes a huge lead, slows down and here comes the bagel. Now the donut takes a big lead. Last turn, here comes coffee cup. Oh, it looks like coffee cup. Except that coffee cup has suddenly stopped and bagel finishes! The place goes nuts. The only two things that get the place more buzzing is when the Bulls score 100 points and win everyone a Big Mac and when Brian Scalabrine enters the game. Go figure. People enjoy races that don’t matter. So when I tell you that the Rookie of the Year race has Kyrie Irving in the lead, after MarShon Brooks and Iman Shumpert took brief and early leads. But with D.J. Augustin missing the Cats’ next four games due...

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