Bill Wennington: The “Wenning Touch”
Ask any serious fan of the Chicago Bulls who Bill Wennington is, and you might get a few different answers, but I guarantee you that none of those answers will be a puzzled reply asking, “Bill who?” They might tell you that he played an important role in the three consecutive championships enjoyed by the Chicago Bulls mid-90’s dynasty. They might also tell you that he is the radio voice for Chicago fans. They might even tell you that this seven-foot center hails from the Canadian city of Montreal. While Steve Nash, Jamal Magloire, and the upcoming Juan Mendez are names that fly across conversations about accomplished Canadian basketball players, this nation that loves to celebrate our successes – especially abroad – is widely unaware […]
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