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Give fans a cookie - with a virtue-signalling cherry on top. Plus: ZachLaVine Shakes It Up; Shout Out To Our Very Own Roger Wallenstein; Boylen Boilin'; Blackhawks Also A Bust; Chicago's Crappy College Of Coaches; DePaul On Our Bubble; At This Time Next Week The Bears Could Be .500; and Chicago Dumpster Fire.
:13: A Cookie With Dessert.
* Abreu is the virtue-signalling cherry on top.
* McNeil & Parkins: Paul Charchian, Yasmani Grandal interviews.
* Rickey Rentamanager.
* Lingerin' Kenny.
19:22: Zach LaVine Shakes It Up.
* Goodwill, Yahoo: LaVine Bristles At Being Benched, Singled Out.
* Chocolate Flavored Action Drink!
22:54: Shout Out To Our Very Own Roger Wallenstein.
29:26: Boylen Boilin'.
Meanwhile . . .
* Woodyard, ESPN: Kendrick Nunn Continues Legacy Of Ben Wilson In Chicago Homecoming.
* Max Strus:
Max Strus makes his NBA debut with the Chicago Bulls scoring 5 points off the bench in the final few minutes pic.twitter.com/U5sovY1oEY— Stagg Basketball (@StaggHoops) November 23, 2019
Max Strus becomes the first person from Hickory Hills, Illinois to play in a NBA game with his debut tonight. He finished with 5 points (2/3 FG, 0/1 3PT, 1/1 FT) and a rebound in 5 minutes of the bench.— Xavier Sanchez (@Xavier_Sanchez4) November 23, 2019
Max Strus: first game appearance by a #Bulls player who went to DePaul since the great Dave Corzine in Game 6 of the 1989 Eastern Conference Finals— Christopher Kamka (@ckamka) November 23, 2019
45:50: Blackhawks Also A Bust.
48:19: Chicago's Crappy College Of Coaches.
* Suddenly, Lovie Smith Is No. 1.
51:23: DePaul On Our Bubble.
52:15: At This Time Next Week The Bears Could Be Back At .500.
58:49: Chicago Dumpster Fire.
* SportsLogos.Net: "Welp, They Can't All Be Winners."
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