VIDEO: Bulls commentators absolutely clown fan for ‘NyQuil’ Michael Jordan jersey
Fans have just been recently allowed back inside some NBA arenas, and the Chicago Bulls broadcast team wasted no time savagely roasting them. Bulls fan Mack McLendon was enjoying the team’s road game against the Orlando Magic at Amway Center when he caught the attention of Bulls broadcasters Stacey King and Adam Amin.
The unsuspecting fan got picked on for wearing what looked like a ripoff Michael Jordan jersey. King and Amin hilariously suggested that the old jersey looked like it came free with a box of NyQuil flu medicine.
— Gustavo (@iamvega1982) February 6, 2021
The jokes continued in the fourth period, as McLendon’s companion got a hold of the funny tweets about the guy’s questionable jersey. The pair seemed entertained by their sudden online fame and exchanged a few good laughs.
The Chicago Bulls, meanwhile, already pledged to give Mack McLendon some proper Bulls threads for being a good sport.
We got this guy's info, we're hooking him up 👊 https://t.co/GFoAhwMkRd
— Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) February 6, 2021
Apart from being the butt of the joke on Friday, the Bulls fan had to watch his team fall to the Magic, 123-119. Zach LaVine led the way with 26 points, eight assists, and four boards, while rookie Patrick Williams added 20 markers of his own. However, Chicago struggled after Lauri Markkanen left the game due to a shoulder injury. The visitors had no answer for Magic’s All-Star center Nikola Vucevic, who unleashed a career-best 43 points along with 19 boards, four assists, and one block in 37 minutes.
The Bulls put up a strong effort in the fourth and even outscored Orlando, 38-31, in the final 12 minutes. But their comeback proved too little too late, as they dropped their second game in a row.