Bulls hook up fan after broadcasters troll his Michael Jordan jersey (Video)

The Chicago Bulls are making it right with a fan after broadcasters for the team joked about the condition of a fan’s Michael Jordan jersey during a game.

When a Bulls fan caught the notice of broadcasters during Friday’s game against the Magic, it turned into a roast.

The fan’s Jordan jersey was not new enough or sharp enough for Stacey King and Adam Amin, so they went to town.

Here’s the good news, that fan is getting the last laugh thanks to the Bulls organization itself.

The original video made the rounds on Twitter, complete with a Nyquil Jornan reference.

It even caught the attention of the fans in question, who seemed to have a good laugh about it.

In the end, it’ll all work out. The fan took some ribbing and became the butt of a joke, but he’ll walk away with a great story and a new jersey.

The least the Bulls could do is hook up their fan with some gear

The gear Chicago sends the fan will probably be the best thing he got out of going to the game on Friday. The Bulls were put away by the Magic in Orlando, 123-119, thanks to a career-night from Nikola Vucevic. His 43 points and 19 rebounds put the Magic over the top.

As for the Bulls, they were led by Zach LaVine’s 26 points and eight assists. He was the force behind an attempted rally late in the game. However, it wasn’t enough. Patrick Williams added 20 points and seven rebounds.

Chicago fell to 8-13 on the season with the loss. They have fallen in five of their last six games. They’ll get the chance to avenge the most recent loss to Orlando on Saturday when they face off again.

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