During a blowout of the Chicago Bulls by the Sacramento Kings on Monday night, February 3, 2014, Derrick Williams after a steal, went speeding downcourt all alone with what many watching figured to be a typical Derrick Williams monster slam dunk! But instead, Williams blew the stuff after he tried to showboat against a Bulls team who were down 28 points with 3:10 left in the fourth quarter.
#13 Derrick Williams after blowing a fast-break self alley-oop while his team was up by just under 30 points with time winding down in the 4th quarter. Photo: Yahoo! sports
After sitting him on the bench, coach got on Williams, and rightfully so, as you will hear from a reporter at the game. There really was no need to do what Williams attempted to do and thus he deserves our C’MON MAN!! of the week. Watch:
It was quite a memorable night on Wednesday in Chicago as the Central Division leading Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks 110-91. The fans were treated to a historic event as well as Joakim Noah, with his 13 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists, became the first Bulls center to record a triple-double since Artis Gilmore did it 35 years ago on December 20, 1977 against the Atlanta Hawks!
#13 Center Joakim Noah dunks one late in the second half of Wednesday's game vs the Milwaukee Bucks. Photo: AP photo/Jim Prisching
Carlos Boozer poured in 20 points while Luol Deng and Derrick Rose added 16 apiece. Ronnie Brewer (15), reserves Kyle Korver (11) and Taj Gibson (10) all contributed scoring in double digits. But the night definitely belonged to J-No who fired up the crowd several times with his dunks, ( he had a gem against Beno Udrih), jumpers, and his stellar defense, all of which led to the Bulls easily garnering their seventh straight win over the Bucks.
“We got the W! It’s my birthday in a couple of days; there’s going to be a team function tonight with all the Bulls players, so it’s going to be fun.”
— Bulls center Joakim Noah