Drew Gooden and the Greatest Ticket Giveaway Ever

Oct 16, 2012; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah (13) is boxed out by Milwaukee Bucks forward Drew Gooden (0) and (the photoservice caption is grossly wrong) Larry Sanders (8) during the second half at the United Center. The Bulls won 100-94. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-US PRESSWIRE

All season long, Drew Gooden has been giving away his tickets.  For one game in Boston, he asked for a pic of a Massachusetts driver’s license paired with Bucks paraphernalia. And he has done lots of trivia: He has quizzed his followers on his elementary school.  He has asked his followers which city and country his mother is from.

(Hint:  Drew Gooden is half-Finnish from his mother’s side and his nickname really should be Buck Finn.)

But Monday, Drew Gooden tweeted the most spectacular quiz giveaway offer ever.

A potential winner?

It’s been a rough few weeks for Drew. Starting with the Wizards game, Gooden has been on the inactive list for the Bucks for each game.  Yesterday, Gery Woelfel wrote that the Bucks are trying to trade Gooden. Duh. Of course they are.  He is making a lot of money to fashion some very fine menswear courtside.

But clearly, Gooden also likes his team and wants them to do well.  Good on him.

Topics: Drew Gooden, Milwaukee Bucks

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