There’s no love lost between Bulls star Joakim Noah and Cavs superstar King James. During Friday night’s Game 3 of the second round of the NBA playoffs between the two teams, things got a little chippy.
Joakim Noah is the heart of the Chicago Bulls. Noah isn’t the guy who you see all over being friendly with an opposing team’s players.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose has been a hot-button topic this week. The former MVP recently stated that he sits out games because he’s concerned about his health beyond his playing days. Rose had the opportunity to clarify those statements with in an interview with Rachel Nichols.
It’s only NBA pre-season but some guys have already have that in-season aggressiveness popping off. During Monday night’s pre-season match up between the Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards, Paul Pierce pushed Bulls big man Joakim Noah in the forehead 3 minutes into the game.
The heart and soul of the Chicago Bulls, Joakim Noah, received his first performance award from the NBA, Defensive Player of the Year.
Former tennis pro Yannick Noah is extremely proud of his son, Bulls center Joakim Noah. Sunday during the Bulls vs. Heat match up, Yannick was being interviewed by Lisa Salters when Joakim made a great play, Yannick got so excited, he forgot he was being interviewed.
The NBA announced the 2014 All-Star reserves on Thursday night on TNT’s Inside the NBA. In the East, Pacers Lance Stephenson was the odd man out. While in the West, Clippers DeAndre Jordan didn’t get the love either.
The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Chicago Bulls Thursday night, 107-95. Following the game, Bulls big man Joakim Noah popped into the Thunder locker room and was met by Thunder’s Kendrick Perkins who told him he needed to get up out of dodge.