The Good News & The Bad News For Chicago

That title just sugar coats the news coming from the Bulls camp that’s mostly bad — definitely mostly really bad. How bad? Well Charlie, lets start with the good news first. It’ll make you feel better if you’re the optimistic type that sees some light towards that dark first round exit tunnel.

Eccentric defensive anchor Joakim Noah agreed to let the Bulls back up an armored truck on his front lawn according to the Chicago Daily Herald by accepting an extension deal to stay with the Bulls until 2015 for the estimated sum of 60 million U.S. planetary credits. By doing so, the Bulls lock up the best young forward to blow through the windy city in quite some time.

Aaaaaaand now the bad news. Newly added forward Carlos Boozer broke the fifth metacarpal bone in his right hand and he’ll need surgery plus eight weeks to heal before he gets back into action. According to Apparently Boozer broke his hand by tripping over his gym bag. I hate when that happens.

“I went back to my place, hadn’t unpacked the bag yet, came around the corner, running to get the door and fell over it,” Boozer said. “I’m 265, 5 percent body fat. I’m heavy, man. I guess I had to brace myself and my weight just collapsed the bone right there.”

I thought those kind of freak accidents only happened to baseball players. Chicago fans better hope this isn’t the beginning of the Bulls morphing into the Chicago Cubs.

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