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Drew Gooden, NBA player from Milwaukee Bucks just had to find a way to humiliate his opponents.
Gooden and Bulls center player Joakim Noah engaged in some playful sparring on Twitter when Gooden tweeted:
In response to this Joakim Noah tweeted:
@drewgooden u don't want twitter war goody. Word On the street is ur minglin around mastros. I'll send bulls fans to come tie u up— Joakim Noah (@JoakimNoah) November 26, 2012
However, after a rather mild crackdown, the 31-year-old Gooden came up with an unusual idea. He posted a tweet on his timeline on Monday morning, hours before the Bucks tipped off against Bulls. Here is what the tweet said:
First person that can twit pic me a Chicago Bulls jersey in the toilet will getmy tickets for tonight's game— Drew Gooden (@DrewGooden) November 26, 2012
As soon as the tweet was posted, it did not take long for many of his followers to flood his profile with images displaying Bulls jerseys in toilets. The first of his fan to do so was Zack Krupp (@Kruppsanity35) who tweeted a photo of Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich’s jersey. In a twist of fate, Hinrich and Gooden have been teammates twice, first in college at Kansas and then on the Bulls from 2007 to 2009. Gooden wrote back to the fan:
It will be interesting to see where the rivalry between these two teams goes from this point.