Another clash for our Tool of the Week this time around, featuring one Chicago based athlete versus a former one.  We asked you was Chris Sale or Derrick Rose the bigger Tool of the Week?

The lefty ace pitcher Chris Sale for the Chicago White Sox took offense to having to wear the team's throwback uniforms on Saturday afternoon and decided to make some "alterations".  Sale used his knife to slash not just his jersey, but all of his teammates' threads as well.  He was scratched from his start and given a five game suspension.  Have to wonder if his time in the Windy City is getting "cut" short here soon.

Derrick Rose, formerly of the the Chicago Bulls, took to the media to address the uproar about NBA super teams recently.  Rose was just traded to the New York Knicks and thought it made his squad this "super team". "With these teams right now, they're saying us and Golden State are the super teams, and they're trying not to build that many super teams, and [commissioner] Adam Silver came out with the statement and this and that," said Rose to the media late last week.  Sorry Derrick, but I don't think fans are complaining about the 32-50 Knicks being an unbeatable force in the NBA this season.

So we poise the question to you, is Chris Sale's Edward Scissorhand performance or Derrick Rose's arrogance more deserving of being named the Tool of the Week.