Someone in the Chicago Bulls organization somehow managed to convince members of the team to sing a modified version of "The 12 Days of Christmas."
While it was a nice gesture, they might have been better off not doing it at all.
The Christmas carol was sung by Derrick Rose, Carlos Boozer, Joakim Noah, Ronnie Brewer and other members of the Chicago Bulls. There's also a brief cameo by one of the greatest to ever don a Bulls uniform, but I'll tell you this much, it's not Michael Jordan.
It was featured on Bulls TV and it has recently made its rounds on the Internet.
So, what did we learn from the video?
Apparently, Brewer really likes alley oops.
Taj Gibson, on the other hand, really enjoys blocking shots.
Boozer sounds like he has a speech impediment when he sings.
It appears that C.J. Watson never went through puberty. Also, he has a scary resemblance to Suli McCullough a.k.a. Crazy Legs from "Don't Be a Menace to Society While Drinking Your Juice In the Hood."
Rose is an awful singer, but at least he has his eyes on the ultimate prize.
And yes, Noah can actually be more awkward than we already thought.
Maybe the team should wish for some singing lessons instead.