Friday, 26-year-old rapper Mac Miller reportedly died due to a drug overdose, according to TMZ.
Bulls forward Jabari Parker posted a photo on Instagram reacting to Miller's death shortly after news broke.
"I don’t even take pictures with my hero’s because the memory is more important than the canvas," Parker wrote in the photo's caption. "But this particular day I had to.
"This day I wasn’t even suppose to be there. But as soon as my boy told me your whereabouts, I rushed over to holla at you.
"Always will be your fan. RIP brother, one of the greatest to do it!"
Miller is well-known for albums Blue Slide Park, GO:OD AM and K.I.D.S. and released another album, Swimming, in early-August. He also is famous for previouly dating singer and actress Ariana Grande, though the two broke up in May 2018.
Chicago musician Chance The Rapper also reacted to the news in a series of tweets.
"I dont know what to say Mac Miller took me on my second tour ever. But beyond helping me launch my career he was one of the sweetest guys I ever knew," Chance tweeted.
"Great man. I loved him for real. Im completely broken. God bless him."
On Friday ESPN revealed that the next film in their award-winning 30 for 30 series will focus on the life of former Bull and Hall of Fame forward Dennis Rodman.
The film—which is titled "Rodman: For Better or Worse" will detail Rodman's journey to becoming a Hall of Famer and five-time NBA Champion. The documentary will detail Rodman's difficult upbringing in Dallas, his dominant run at Southeastern Oklahoma State and his development into one of the greatest rebounders in NBA history.
While Rodman is no doubt one of the greatest talents in NBA history, he is just as famous for his intriguing and oftentimes shocking off the court exploits. Rodman: For Better or Worse will discuss Rodman diving into international diplomacy issues and all of the deeper reasons behind him becoming the interesting character that we know him as today.
The documentary will feature interviews from former teammates and coaches of Rodman's, including Bill Laimbeer, John Salley, Isiah Thomas, Michael Jordan, and Phil Jackson.
Rodman: For Better or Worse will be directed by Todd Kapostasy.
Kapostasy is a seven-time Emmy Award winner. He wrote and directed 2016 documentary 'Confessions of a Cubs Fan: A Century of Waiting', which focused on the idea that winning isn't everything in sports amid the backdrop of the Cubs winning the 2016 World Series.
“Rodman: For Better or Worse” released on September 10, at 8 p.m. CT
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It's that time of the year when every fan and player loses their mind over arbitray video game ratings that mean nothing.
That is, unless you're Coby White.
The rookie found out his rating for NBA 2K20 in a video posted to Twitter on Thursday and, much to the delight of this author, was pleased with his 76 rating.
"It's solid," White told Ronnie 2K. "Everybody be wanting their grade to be higher than what it is but I haven't played a game in the league yet so I understand why it's a 76. But I feel like after the season it'll be higher."
White said he hopes he can get his rating up to at least an 80 by the end of the season. Bulls fans would be pleased with that development, too.
White also said he was happy with his likeness in the game, which you can check out below.