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In today's day and age, viewing parties have become the norm for major sporting events and restaurants/clubs have cashed in on them.A Chicago restaurant called "Arrow on Ogden's" will be hosting a special viewing in December of a Chicago Bulls game and legendary NBA forward Dennis Rodman will be attendance for the event.Here is just some of the details from the Living Social page:On the court, Dennis Rodman was one of the greatest defenders of all time, winning five championships and seven consecutive rebounding titles during an illustrious professional career. Off the court, he reigned supreme as one of the showiest athletes around. With this Adventure, you can get up close and personal with "The Worm" when you join him to watch Chicago take on Philly on December 1 at the West Loop's new spot, Arrow on Ogden. Choose from two ticket packages:$59 ($120 value) for one general admission ticketOpportunity to take a picture with Dennis RodmanHalftime Q&AEntry into the costume contest with prizesRaffle ticket for signed Dennis Rodman jerseyTwo drink ticketsFree coat check and $10 valet available$129 ($250 value) for one VIP ticketEverything included in the General admission package16x20 photo signed by Dennis Rodman - an officially licensed NBA product by Photo FileOpen Bar PackageIf you can't make it out to the event, you can pay $69 dollars for an autographed photo from the Worm.
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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
— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012I guess the Bulls fan started getting negative tweets from fellow fans, but had this great response:
2 every1 whos saying I shouldnt of done that.I wasnt about 2 put my Rose or Jordan jersey in there.If I had...
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Apparently, Chicago Bulls forward Drew Gooden had some free tickets to give away to last night's Milwaukee Bucks/Chicago Bulls game at the United Center.Gooden decided to hold a bizarre Twitter contest by giving those tickets to the first person to put a Bulls jersey in a toilet.Let the below photos be your guide: