Shame On You: Dwyane Wade Questions the Loyalty of the Chicago Bulls

May 27th, 2010 by Matt Messett Leave a reply »
My morning began as it typically does. I scoured my usual string of websites for NBA information, whether it is highlights, rumors, etc. One particular headline jumped out at me: “Wade Questions Loyalty of Bulls Organization.”

Obviously taken aback, I read the article and was purely stunned by Wade’s seemingly out-of-leftfield remarks. He said he disapproves of the fact that Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, the two most famous Chicago Bulls players, have no current role in the Bulls organization.

In summation, what Wade managed to accomplish was an indirect rationalization of how this “disloyalty” will be a major detriment to the Bulls should they plan to court him to play in Chicago in the coming weeks.

What Wade also managed to accomplish is a commentary on just how much he himself may really lack in character. 

Allow me to digress for a moment and provide you with a list of names: John Paxson, Pete Myers, Kendall Gill, Lindsey Hunter, B.J. Armstrong, Norm Van Lier, Johnny "Red" Kerr, Bill Cartwright, Jerry Sloan, Stacey King.

These all happen to be former Bulls players who went on to ...

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