March Madness, Bulls beat the Heat.


It’s been a busy week for sports in Chicago as well as the sporting world in general. March Madness is under way and the Bears have been busy as free agency is underway. I had Syracuse winning it all in my bracket but made another bracket with UNC winning when their best player, Fab Melo was ruled ineligible. I’ve been busy myself and I am typing this late so I’ll try to keep it short.

The Bulls pulled one out their asses by beating the Heat Wednesday night. I was shocked to say the least. They had a 17 point lead and seemed to have had the game on their side the entire night. That was until the last quarter. I had thoughts of the last game last year when the Bulls had a 12 point lead with just over 4:00 to go when they decided to be, well, the Bulls by pissing all over it and losing in incredible fashion. Once again, the Bulls had a double digit lead (I think it was 10) with just over 4:00 to go. Dwyane Wade didn’t seem to miss a shot at all. Even then, John Lucas was shooting out of his mind and that was nice to see. Still, the Heat I believe hit three three’s in the final 1:30 to get a chance to either tie or take the lead. There is no excuse for blowing that big of a lead. I understand it’s the NBA and all, but if they are a good team like some people think they are, then a double digit lead late in the game should never be lost.

Can anybody guess what made the Bulls seal the deal? Even though the defense left the Heat make just about every basket in sight at the end, the Bulls made ALL of their free throws down the stretch. The only person to miss free throws (two) was C.J. Watson. He sucks anyway. The Heat missed three total (two from Anthony and one from Wade) and it just goes to show, that once again, free throws are important. THE BULLS MUST WIN EVERY GAME AND MAKE EVERY FREE THROW AND NOT ALLOW ANY POINTS TO THE OTHER TEAM AT ALL OR THEY ARE THE WORST TEAM…EVER!!!!!!!!!!! Cocksuckers.

I love John Lucas.

4 Responses to “March Madness, Bulls beat the Heat.”

  1. chucky Says:

    I sure hope you guys are doing better with your tournament brackets than I am. I still have some chances, but I did take a beating because of some of those unlikely upsets. Who the hell is Lehigh?

    Glad I only do this for fun, and not for money.

  2. Fro Dog Says:


    I entered the ESPN challenge. I was 22-10 in the first round. I saw a stat (Cue our friend Yeti) that out of the millions entered, no one had a perfect bracket after the first round. Only four brackets total had two losses. No would thought Lehigh or Norfolk St. would upset Duke and Missouri respectively.

  3. chucky Says:

    Fro….Did you read the article about the odds of predicting the perfect bracket? It was computed at 9.2 quintillion to one. To put that into perspective:

    1 billion 1,000,000,000
    1 trillion 1,000,000,000,000
    1 quadrillion 1,000,000,000,000,000
    1 quintillion 1,000,000,000,000,000,000

    Our national debt is over 15,500,000,000,000
    Those odds I found 9,200,000,000,000,000,000 to 1

    I don’t think anyone will beat those odds anytime soon. Just some useless trivia to think about on a Saturday afternoon. Fro, do you think Yeti would like my numbers?

  4. Fro Dog Says:

    Yeti would LOVE those numbers.


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