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The Chicago Bulls Have Their "Naughty List" For Christmas: People Who Didn't Think DeMar DeRozan Was A Good Signing And Knicks Fans

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The Chicago Bulls Have Their "Naughty List" For Christmas: People Who Didn't Think DeMar DeRozan Was A Good Signing And Knicks Fans

A lot of Christmas Day celebration generally revolves around Santa Claus. It is well-known that according to tradition Santa Claus has a list of "naughty and nice" people in order to give them coal or gifts respectively.

The Chicago Bulls have recently created their own "naughty list" ahead of Christmas Day to help Bulls fans celebrate the occasion. The two entries on the list were "anyone who thought DeMar DeRozan was the worst signing of the offseason" and "Knicks fans".

The post is obviously meant to roast the people that fit in either category. DeMar DeRozan has been one of the best players in this league this year. After a few years with a slightly reduced scoring role in San Antonio, DeRozan was asked to be the No. 2 option on the Chicago Bulls. He is currently averaging 26.8 PPG, 5.2 RPG, and 4.2 APG, and many have stated that this might be the best year of DeRozan's career. Based on Derozan's play thus far, we can safely assume that anyone who thought DeMar DeRozan was a bad signing is wrong.

As for the "Knicks fans" segment, the Chicago Bulls are well-known for having a little bit of a rivalry with the New York Knicks. It has been present ever since the days of Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing. The Chicago Bulls are currently the 2nd seed in the Eastern Conference, while the New York Knicks are 12th. The Chicago Bulls Twitter account definitely made the most out of their opportunity to roast Knicks fans. 

The Chicago Bulls have looked like a real contender this season, and they have managed to remain near the top of the Eastern Conference even with different players missing parts of the season. It is good to see the team be competitive once again, and perhaps we'll finally get to see them make a deep playoff run this year.