While I appreciate people finding new and interesting ways to dump buckets of ice water over their head, I would hope that Jonathan Toews would have been smart enough to TURN HIS DAMN PHONE HORIZONTALLY WHILE RECORDING VIDEO ON IT.
I mean, you’re a captain for Christ’s sake, Jonathan. You’re supposed to know better.
Have you seen the new Nike commercial with James Harden and Charles Barkley? In it Barkley tries to convince Harden that the secret to being a great athlete is to have a short memory, and at the end Scottie Pippen agrees with Barkley by yelling “I’m the greatest Chicago Bull of all time!”
Mike Magee and the Chicago Fire do their own version of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and the video is actually pretty good, with some guest stars as well. The best one being Hope Solo, who does an excellent job of being angry, which we all know she’s pretty good at.
Obviously anything that happens in the NBA Summer League will surely carry over to the regular season, so Bulls fans should expect rookie Doug McDermott to score at least 30 points per game this year. He’ll also shoot 56% from three all season too.
Tony Snell pouring in another 23 points as well means that the Bulls are winning the NBA title next year, you guys.
The Bears finally went to the offensive well in the fourth round, and I couldn’t be happier with the pick. In Thursday’s NFL Draft mailbag I was asked who I thought the first offensive player the Bears took would be, so what I did was I just named the offensive player I wanted the Bears to take.
The Bears went ahead and followed up their project defensive tackle pick in the second round with a defensive tackle that comes with all his parts assembled in Will Sutton. I’m a Will Sutton fan, truly. If you don’t believe me, just read what I wrote about him earlier today.
Aaron Donald almost fell to the Bears at No. 14. I don’t know for sure that the Bears would have taken him, but I’d like to think they would. We’ll never know, because St. Louis took him at No. 13 and the Bears decided to go with cornerback Kyle Fuller out of Virginia Tech.