Pau Gasol wins Bulls’ bowling party championship

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The Bulls held their annual bowling party on Wednesday night.

As always, there was some trash-talking leading up to the event. Taj Gibson predicted victory and Aaron Brooks, the self-proclaimed best bowler in the NBA, vowed to avenge his controversial roll-off loss to defending champ Cameron Bairstow.

But, when the pins cleared, Pau Gasol was left standing as the champion. This gives the Spanish player the oft-coveted, rarely achieved Bulls’ double in bowling and Ping Pong.

I had a lot of fun at our yearly @chicagobulls Bowling event! I even had a few strikes! Always cool to hangout with our fans. #SeeRed He disfrutado mucho en el evento de Bolos de los @chicagobulls! He tenido suerte y he conseguido algunos strikes! Siempre un placer compartir momentos con nuestros aficionados. #SeeRed A video posted by Pau (@paugasol) on Nov 11, 2015 at 6:44pm PST

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