The Chicago Bulls have had an interesting season. Poor chemistry and a general lack of talent has led to endless dysfunction.

In fact, they can't even seem to figure out the traditional free throw low-five.

It's customary -- ridiculous, but customary -- for a player to get some love from their teammates after attempting a free throw, but Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo have subverted the entire process.

Frankly, you shouldn't want to, either.

But no matter how dumb, there's a story to be told, and The Daily Player was just the place to do it.

There's also stuff to be sold, which is why we're here at Fanorama. We can do dumb -- as in why does this shirt keep selling? -- but we feature nifty cool items, too, like this super-dudette quick drying fitness shirt:

quick drying short sleeve fitness shirt

The shirt's $21.22, which is super in itself. However, you've gotta find your own dudette.

With gifts like this, though, you will.





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