Returning to Bleacher Report after a 6 month hiatus. Huge Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls fan. Also a long-time wrestling fan. I use to host a internet sports radio show alongside Jonathan Platek. 643 Sports was one of the longest running sports talk shows on BlogTalkRadio.com (October 2006-April 2011). Currently, I work at a small catholic university in the Western Suburbs of Chicago (graduated there in 2009), I work in the Marketing and Communications department doing a number of different things including social media, video and web design.
You're welcome, Rich! Thanks on the photo credits.
My comeback article has arrived! Please take the time to read and comment.
Nah, don't worry dude. Happens to the best of us. Keep doin what you do.
Thanks Rich, I really appreciate it!
You got it, Rich. I say the Bulls are fine in the frontcourt as is. Unless they want to make a move for Howard, no need to get a lower-level big man.
No problem, Rich! I always enjoy the Bulls articles.
You're welcome, Rich! I just get excited when writers get the whole %-percent thing right (which probably sounds so weird, but it's just one of the most common errors!). Keep up the great work!
Thanks for fanning me Rich! I appreciate it!
You're welcome, Rich! Keep up the good work.
Haha, I know what you mean. I was stunned by those comments on your article.
Don't get me wrong, Brewer is a nice defender, Butler is an interesting prospect and Korver is a great three-point shooter, but Ray is a first-ballot Hall of Famer!
Granted his contract is up at the end of the year, but he will be a hot commodity for any team trying to make a title push if the Celtics break up their core. What team wouldn't want a cold-blooded, playoff-proven three-point dynamo?
Him and Rip could run some some UConn magic if they were paired up.
If I am Ainge, I need Asik or no deal!