Drew Gooden offers a weird way to get Bulls tickets

Dennis Wierzbicki-US PRESSWIRE

Put a Bulls jersey in a toilet. Get tickets. Simple.

Drew Gooden played 49 games with the Chicago Bulls between 2007 and 2008. With his Milwaukee Bucks visiting his former team on Monday night, Gooden decided to do a ticket giveaway on Twitter:

It all came after a "Twitter war" with Bulls center Joakim Noah. Noah said Monday it was all in good fun, though, according to the Sun Times:

"Nah, I love that guy, man. That's my guy,'' Noah said of Gooden, who has been inactive anyway. "That's my best friend, man. Yeah, my best friend.''

It didn't take long for Gooden to find his winner:

Poor Kirk Hinrich. He didn't do anything to deserve his jersey in the toilet, but it's there anyway.

Gooden has yet to play this season for the Bucks, but the team is reportedly trying to trade the 31-year-old forward.

The 4th overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft, Gooden has spent the last two seasons with the Bucks. He averaged 13.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in 56 games last season.

Gooden is one of the NBA's most well traveled players. He's spent time in Memphis, Orlando, Cleveland, Chicago, Sacramento, San Antonio, Dallas, Los Angeles (Clippers) and now Milwaukee. He's been traded six times in his career.

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