In the midst of the terrible news on Noah and all the consideration done (already) on what the Bulls might do, a few names were mentioned in trades or signings.
The "Need for Sheed" has been brought up in posts and comments, and then I realized something-- that Rasheed Wallace is a psychic.
About two weeks ago after the Bulls lost to the Celtics on a Friday night, coach Thibs gave his press conference, and he got a visit from someone.
In the midst of head coach Tom Thibodeau's postgame press conference, a familiar face popped his head in and asked a question.
"I need a job," former Celtic Rasheed Wallace said.
It sounded like a joke, considering a few seconds later Wallace peeked his head into the Bulls locker room and started chanting "Scal-a-bri-ne".
Did Thibodeau think Wallace was serious?
"I don't know," he said with a chuckle. "He's a good player."
Did 'Sheed know the future? Did he slip Jo some anti-thumb juice in the locker room? Is Rasheed Wallace just a whole hell of a lot smarter than we give him credit for?
This was just something I found funny, so don't think I'm leading the parade to the Berto Center to sign the guy....yet. Because last season in the playoffs he looked like less than half of the player he used to be.
But it is still an interesting conversation-- what do you guys think?
Too old? Too locker room cancer-y? Too many T's? Or could he help?