Monday, April 18, 2011
Posted: 11:15 a.m.
Mak Legend, who has been called 'The Greatest Rapper Never Heard,' will have his 'Madhouse on Madison' song featured during Monday's Bulls-Pacers playoff matchup on Comcast SportsNet.
'Madhouse on Madison' is a Bulls rally song that showcases the phenomenal playing ability of Derrick Rose as well as the strong supporting cast of Carlos Boozer, Joakim Noah, Luol Deng and the Bench Mob.
Click here to listen to the song and buy it on iTunes. For more information on Mak Legend, click here.
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Comcast SportsNet's coverage of Game 2 starts at 8:00 p.m. with McDonalds Bulls Pregame Live. Tip-off is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Stay tuned after the game for Kia Bulls Postgame Live.
Although he had that killer mentality on the floor, Jimmy Butler knew how to provide lighthearted entertainment off of it.
During his six years with the Bulls, the three-time All-Star made us laugh on a number of occasions.
From his exchanges with CSN Bulls Insider Vincent Goodwill to his postgame eye patch interview, Butler's colorful personality will be sorely missed.
Watch the video above as we compiled some of his most hilarious moments.
Jimmy Butler is paying homage to the GOAT.
The former Bulls star could never be No. 23 in Chicago because of some guy named Michael Jordan, but now Butler is free in Minnesota.
Butler posted an emotional goodbye to Bulls fans and the city on Instagram Friday afternoon and fans pointed out he also changed his IG bio to read "#23 in minnesota, forever #33 from marquette."
Butler wore No. 21 during his six years with the Bulls since the most iconic jersey number in sports is retired in Chicago.
Considering Butler is probably the Bulls' best player since MJ, it makes sense Butler would want to follow in Jordan's footsteps in terms of jersey number, too.
Butler wore No. 21 with the Bulls to honor his college teammate, Joe Fulce, who he played with at Tyler Junior College. When Fulce later committed to Marquette, he brought Butler with him in Buzz Williams' first year in Milwaukee.