We interrupt you with this special bulletin.

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Disregard the last post. I declared the game over when the Bulls were all, but dead when they were down 14 with a few minutes to go. Apparently, the Nets are just like the Bulls in a lot of aspects.

I’ll save Yeti the time. I’m wrong. Therefore, I’m a dumbass.

Now, GONNA DRINKEN. I’ll take two waters.

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10 Responses to “We interrupt you with this special bulletin.”

  1. chucky Says:

    No Fro, you aren’t a dumbass. I made my post in the last thread at 1.7 seconds left in the first OT. The Bulls were up two, with Brooklyn about to inbound the ball. And what happens? They score to tie the game again. When your teams own announcers sit there stunned and ask “Where was the defense on that play?”, you have a fucking problem. You were not dumb Fro. You were right. The Bulls were fucking lucky to win that game. And I thought Noah was going to be limited to around 20 minutes. Out of the 15 minutes played in the 3OT, how many minutes did Noah play? I don’t have an actual figure, but he was in there a hell of a lot!

  2. DVXPrime Says:

    Has anybody on this site left a Bulls/Hawks/Cubs/whatever game when it the home team was getting blown out…only to find out they came back and won?

    Have you ever decided to head home after the Bulls/etc had a big-ass lead, then find out later that they blew the lead and lost?

    That being said, I wonder how much the Bulls have left in the tank after today’s game.

    NBA coaches must have stress and ulcer meds prescriptions written into their contracts. PJ Carlesimo must have been going batshit with his team bricking so many 3s in the extra sessions (9-26 for the game).

    Not that the Bulls (6-19) were much better.

    Draft news: So far, 2 OLs, 2 LBs and a DB. Provided that they don’t become Steve Entmans and turn alright, this may be a good year for the Bears.

    Chelsea Dagger, anybody? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEXHeTcxQy4

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    Chucky, I know I am not wrong. I was pretty much throwing the idiots a bone because had I not posted these last two articles, I would get scorned for it. Let them feel good about this. The Bulls pissed away chance after chance and so did the Nets. Checking the amount of missed free throws, fouls and turnovers will make your eyes bleed.

    DVX, it looks like the Bears are stocking up the line and clearing out Angelo’s garbage. I’m on borard.

  4. chucky Says:

    Be careful on who throw a bone to. Some idiots will go batshit crazy on your ass if you do. Hell, they’ve already done it, and for no good reason too.

  5. DVXPrime Says:

    …aaand the last pick is a WR.

    I would have liked to see us address the secondary so Peanut Tillman and Major Wright get scared straight as well as J’Webb, but the Bears had too much issues on both sides of the ball to address in one draft.

    The Emery Era is off to a good start, let’s hope all of his personnel moves pan out when the curtain rises on Opening Night…

  6. Yeti Says:

    Wait, why do we want Peanut scared straight?

  7. jimmy d. Says:

    Hey Guys,

    Well, it looks like Sorry Anus is really making it hard for other contending teams around the league to not step up and take notice. I’m certain that many of those contenders will want to make a play for him via trade prior to the All-Star Break. In the Miami series alone, he’s 1 for 11. On the year (through 23 games), he’s got 1 HR and 2 RBI…as a clean-up hitter. What contender couldn’t use that kind of production to “get them over the hump” and help them become World Series bound?

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  8. DVXPrime Says:

    Well…I read jimmy d’s comment about Soriano’s batting stats (1 HR/2 RBI…as a cleanup hitter)…and then I think of that photo of him flipping both birds at the cameraman. That tells you all you need to know about what’s wrong with MLB.

    Stanley Cup Playoffs this week. GO. HAWKS!!!

  9. jimmy d. Says:

    Hi All,

    ***EDIT TO MY LAST POST***
    1 for 15 in the Miami series. 1 HR and 2 RBI through 24 games. Boy, it’s gonna be tough for contending teams to keep emotion out of the negotiations…somebody’s gonna over-pay by a TON for this guy and his mind numbing production (sorry, that already happened…with the previous regime).

    Later,
    Jimmy D.

  10. genrebuster Says:

    …he’s sickening…and PATHETIC.

SHOW DA FIRE AND PASSION, MY FRENDT!

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