Idiot head coach makes his team practice one day after the All-Star break.


First, a new article is up for you fake wrestling fans at Falls Count Anywhere.

Alright, so the day after the All-Star break and for most NBA teams, it’s a day of travel back home and rest up for the resumption of the regular season on Tuesday. Not for Thomass Thibodeou and his Chicago Bulls. One day after Joakim Noah put more wear and tear on his already troubling feet, he was back at it in practice a mere 12 hours after the conclusion of the All-Star game along with Luol Deng in Deerfield.

You see Bulls fans? The coach apparently doesn’t understand the whole “lose the battle to win the war” campaign. He thinks every game is Game 7 of a playoff series rather than, game 53 of an 82-game season. Noah should have rested at least, a full week before even getting back on the court to practice. If I were him, I’d pull a Latrell Spreewell and choke the shit out of the Dusty Baker of basketball. Instead of their arms falling off, it will be their legs. Instead of throwing 130 pitches on a 90 degree day, it’s putting in 42 minutes on a hardwood court.

Our good friend Chucky said it best last week. He basically asked what the point would be in bringing back Derrick Rose this season? In fact, why have him playing under this coach at all? Oh yeah. All of the “experts” were saying he would be back by now and he admits that he doesn’t feel the same. Just remember who’s fault that is.

Good day.

14 Responses to “Idiot head coach makes his team practice one day after the All-Star break.”

  1. chucky Says:

    I’m starting to think that Noah is a fucking idiot too. He knows goddamn good and well that he has a serious foot problem, yet plays something like 16 minutes in a useless, unimportant exhibition All-Star game. Why? Why doesn’t he say anything? Why doesn’t he take notice of what Derrick Rose is doing, AND SIT THE GODDAMNED HELL DOWN! Thibodeau won’t be happy until he runs that entire team into the fucking ground.

    Fro…did you catch any of the EC PPV on Sunday night? Seems like Jack Swagger is getting another full blown push. And I’m already done with the Shield. Sorry, but they are nothing but nWo clones, without the charm.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    I watched most of the show on Sunday. They have ran The Shield into the ground. For the last two years, all I’ve heard from the minors was that Dean Ambrose is the real deal and I still think that but WWE is totally screwing up everybody. They don’t know where to start or what to do.

    Is it me, or they trying to make Jack Swagger some conservative, racist guy? I think they should be careful with this one. I am on board with Swagger being in the main event but the character could run him into the ground as well.

  3. chucky Says:

    That is exactly what they are doing with Swagger, and it’s about the dumbest fucking thing they could do. If they were just teaming him up with Mantell because of his lisp, that’s fine. But making the two of them sound like a pair of dittohead assclowns is stupid. It’s another example of creative overthinking the booking again. They’re going for cheap heat, which anybody can get.

    I’m not sure where the idea came that Dean Ambrose is the real deal, but I’m not buying it. Seth Rollins two-tone hair sucks. So does his wrestling skills. The only one who has a shot at anything is Roman Reigns, and that will happen after they repackage him and change his name. At least he has a good look, but he’ll be a flop if he stays on his present course. All three are headed in that direction.

  4. DVXPrime Says:

    //quick hop up to the political soapbox…

    “Conservatives” and “racists” are not necessarily the same thing. See Cain, Herman and West, Allen.

    //off soapbox…

    Anybody got any ideas for the Bulls IRT the trading deadline?

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    Yes. I want to trade Tom for Greg Popovich because he actually knows how to treat his players. Also, I would like a new owner of the Bulls. One who actually knows to hire people and doesn’t refuse to fire them because they are his “friends”. Sometimes, loyalty is a bad thing.

  6. chucky Says:

    I just saw this and posted it at Falls Count Anywhere, and I’ll post it here too for those who are interested.

    I guess Jack Swaggers push has come to a screeching end.

    From 411 mania:

    UPDATED: TMZ has updated their story, noting that Swagger was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence after being pulled over for speeding. A search of the vehicle revealed Swagger was in possession of marijuana. Swagger was with DUI, marijuana possession, and speeding, which are all misdemeanors.

    ORIGINAL: According to TMZ, WWE’s Jack Swagger was arrested last night in Mississippi. Swagger was leaving a Smackdown taping at Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi when he was pulled over for unspecified traffic violations.

    He was taken in by local sheriff’s deputies and later released on his own recognizance. When reached for a comment, WWE stated the following…

    “Mr. Swagger is responsible for his own personal actions.”

    What a dumbass. I guess that explains the blank, empty expression on his face. And just what does this say about the WWEs so-called “Wellness Policy” now? Personally, I think it proves the whole thing is just a sham.

  7. Fro Dog Says:

    I think for possession of pot, it’s just a fine rather than a suspension. I think for more serious offenses, it’s a suspension.

    Either way, Swagger just pissed away his title shot at Wrestlemania.

  8. chucky Says:

    Not quite Fro. I just saw another update. It says this:

    “Per WWE’s Wellness Policy, just being arrested is enough for WWE to release him if they so desired. The policy lists as follows:

    “Any WWE Talent, who is arrested, convicted or who admits to a violation of law relating to use, possession, purchase, sale or distribution of drugs will be in material breach of his/her contract with WWE and subject to immediate dismissal.”

    In addition, the violation acts identically per the Wellness policy as a positive test for drugs which includes a potential fine, suspension or more. This would be Swagger’s first Wellness violation.

    He may have done more than just piss away his title shot at Wrestlemania. He may well have pissed his way on to TNA.

  9. Fro Dog Says:

    Pissed his way on to TNA?

    If you saw what McMahon did to his character in WWE, just wait until Hogan and Bischoff get their hands on this guy. MUST. SEE. TV.

  10. chucky Says:

    If he’s smart he won’t try to find out. He has a degree in finance. Maybe he should become an accountant and give up the wrestling.

  11. Fro Dog Says:

    Bulls lose 86-67 to the Heat. They shoot 37% from the field and have 27 turnovers. In the last two losses, they score 69 and 67 points respectively. That’s great, if you’re a college team. Also, Taj Gibson told reporters after the game that “We had too many turnovers. That’s not like us.” Uh, Taj. Yes it is. You’re team is like that often.


  12. genrebuster Says:

    PATHETIC is right.

    At least the Blackhawks are bringing it.

  13. chucky Says:

    They score 69 points and follow that up with a 67 point effort?

    Sounds like a tired team to me. Could it be that Thibodeau is running this team into the ground? Am I wrong? I know I have been many times before, but I don’t think so this time.

  14. Robert Says:

    Stopping by to say hello …..have not been on in a while….as most of you know I am a steeler fan and I hate basketball see you all more during baseball season


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