Pretty soon after this airing Orlando signed with the Nets, and the Bulls got the 6th pick in the 1989 draft as compensation, that pick was used on Stacy King who was traded to the Timberwolves in 1994 for Luc Longly who was traded for the Sun's 16th pick in the 1999 Draft where Ron Artest was selected, Ron Artest was traded in 2002 for Jalen Rose, Jalen Rose was traded in 2003 for Antonio Davis, Davis was traded with Eddy Curry to the Knicks for their picks in 2006 (#2) and 2007 (#9). In 2006 we drafted LaMarcus Aldridge traded him for Tyrus Thomas and Viktor Khryappa, then in 2007 we used their pick to net us Joakim Noah linking them all the way back to the 1981 Draft when the Bulls drafted Orlando. Take that KEVIN BACON! Comment posted by esmooth99 on Saturday, June 7th 2008 at 7:00pm.
Oops, no audio? Comment posted by Studio76Art on Monday, May 18th 2009 at 10:23am.
Funny they had Orlando wearing that Bulls jersey considering that Chicago had switched to the current design the previous season. Perhaps this was a rerun of a commercial earlier in Woolridge's career. Comment posted by HamptonRoadsTVFan on Wednesday, September 9th 2015 at 9:32am.
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Changed call letters to which the then-WMAL later adopted. The '7' logo used at the time carried over to the WJLA calls for many years thereafter. (Today they use the same 'circle 7' logo as the likes of WLS, WABC, KABC, KGO, KATV, etc.)
The funny (peculiar) coincidence is, 20th Century-Fox had involvements in both "Lost In Space" and the originally released "Star Wars" movies. As well, Red Skelton's production company, Van Bernard, latched itself onto the TV series. (Wonder if this was on the part of CBS to keep him from bolting to "another network" - as was the case a year later when, to persuade Lucille Ball to sign on for another year of "The Lucy Show," they put then-Desilu production "Mission: Impossible" [another future WFLD staple] on the CBS schedule.) Not to mention that Fox now owns 32, has since 1986 . . .