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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 (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.

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  • Delores Smith-Johnson posted 2016 days ago

    Delores Smith-Johnson

    You're welcome, Rich! Thanks on the photo credits.

  • Anthony Kang posted 2144 days ago

    Anthony Kang

    Nah, don't worry dude. Happens to the best of us. Keep doin what you do.

  • Adam Fromal posted 2151 days ago

    Adam Fromal

    Thanks Rich, I really appreciate it!

  • Ben Rosenthal posted 2159 days ago

    Ben Rosenthal

    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.

  • Tiffany Brennan posted 2176 days ago

    Tiffany Brennan

    No problem, Rich! I always enjoy the Bulls articles.

  • Tiffany Brennan posted 2178 days ago

    Tiffany Brennan

    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!

  • Dan Collins posted 2182 days ago

    Dan Collins

    Thanks for fanning me Rich! I appreciate it!

  • Delores Smith-Johnson posted 2183 days ago

    Delores Smith-Johnson

    You're welcome, Rich! Keep up the good work.

  • Ben Rosenthal posted 2186 days ago

    Ben Rosenthal

    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!

  • Tom Firme posted 2234 days ago

    Tom Firme

    I know how it is, Rich. Late nights are rough.