Monday, January 21, 2008

Free Shipping

Reese's for breakfast? Way cool!

See, there's a problem when you spend a boatload of money on a player like Ben Wallace, only to find out that you have a younger, more effective center on the team in Joakim Noah. With a major contract difference, Noah can provide everything Wallace can (including horrible hair), except maybe the ability to bitch.

So, why are we sitting on this waste of space? It's only a matter of time before he loses more time to Noah and eventually spends more of the game riding pine. The Bulls are going to be re-tooling and getting older players out of the way. Not only that, but Wallace is already in the midst of a decline. If we sit on this, Wallace is only going to get worse.

So what do we do?

We help out an old friend:

"And then MJ was all like, 'but coach, I don't think I have what it takes to win this game,' and I was all motivational and stuff."

For the first time in a while, Jackson is at the helm of a legitimately competitive team. No longer just the Kobe show, the Lakers have been riding high on the success of man-child Andrew Bynum who -- oh shit! He's hurt? And he plays center? Hm...

With Bynum out for about two months, it's in their best interests to get a center to stay competitive. There's gotta be some sort of trade the Bulls can pull off here -- get it done, Pax!

2 comments:

Joseph said...

bynum developed as both a scorer and a rebounder making him a decent second option to the Kobe show. wallace is the new dennis rodman minus the different color hair and all the piercings all rebounding and Def and absolutely zero scoring. why would the lakers even consider taking this man-beast and the boatload of money due to him???

and one more thing HOW BOUT THEM GIANTS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! first the 'Boys now the pack, up next on the revenge list the pats

Brad said...

jesus christ, he is ripped.