Sporting News announced today that Blackhawks' RW, Patrick Kane, won Rookie of the Year. He was the number one overall draft pick a year ago for the Chicago hockey team. The Hawks beat the odds in the draft lottery (they had less than a 9% chance of getting the top spot) and selected the eighteen-year-old with their pick. Tonight, the Chicago Bulls beat the odds and secured the number one spot in the NBA draft lottery. The team's chances that they'd get the number one pick was a meager 1.7%. After discussing this with Hartigan, the only possible conclusion we could come up with was that someone fixed the lottery. Why would we say there was a fix? Two reasons: 1. Derrick Rose (a desperately needed PG and Chicago native) will most likely be the number one pick, and 2. Basketball is now the most corrupt professional sport. Regardless, I'm pumped for next season. Rose kicks ass and Chuck Swirsky (the inspiration for Bill Swerski's Superfans) will be calling radio games. Bulls.