Dwyane Wade Says Chicago Bulls Are Not Loyal, Forgets To Look in the Mirror

May 27th, 2010 by Jeff Hicks Leave a reply »
Aren't we all taught to think before we speak? Does that not apply to star athletes?

Well, it should.

With Dwayne Wade set to hit free agency in a little over a month, the prince of Chicago willingly relinquished his crown by saying he questions how loyal of a franchise the Chicago Bulls is to it's former stars. Wade mentioned how former stars like Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen have been vacant from the halls of the United and Berto centers because of a lack of respect for them.

Before I verbally smack Mr. Wade, let us not forget that he grew up during the 1990's Bulls teams that owned the NBA landscape, and were ultimately split up after the 1998 season. Watching your favorite team get sent packing in multiple directions cannot be easy for anyone, but it is no reason to bash your hometown team. I grew up watching the same teams, and you won't see me chastising what happened after the '98 season.

The Bulls sent Jordan, Pippen, and then head coach Phil Jackson out the door because of money and personal issues. That seems to be the be-all, end-all of that discussion; what most refuse to pay attention to is what Bulls owner Jerry Kra ...

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