With Madden ’17 poised to hit stores on Tuesday, the gaming franchise has already sacked Cutler and the Bears.
Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose may have switched addresses, but the two Chicago guys will square off in their old hometown on Nov. 4.
Despite limited three-point shooting, Wade and Butler believe they can make it work offensively and are counting on having history on their side.
The GM’s job security was not in danger back in April, and Forman seems even more secure after signing Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo this summer.
Not only did Wade call the Bulls “Jimmy Butler’s team,” but also offered up the details of how big of a role Butler played in his recruitment.
The two-time All-Star insisted that he had no say in the Derrick Rose trade or Joakim Noah walking in free agency, as he prepares with Team USA.
Combo guard is expected to give Fred Hoiberg some much needed three-point shooting.