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Canis Hoopus May 27, 2016

Should the Wolves pursue Joakim Noah this summer?

Joakim Noah was a valuable player for Tom Thibodeau in Chicago. Should the Wolves pursue him this summer? Reports surfaced Wednesday around noon indicating that Chicago Bulls' center Joakim Noah may be on his way out of the Windy City. An anonymous Bulls' player told the Chicago Sun-Time's Joe Cowley that "[Noah] has no trust in the front office getting [the team] going in the right direction" and that he has been telling teammates recently that he will not be back. In a podcast posted to their website, WGN's (a Chicago-based news station for those who are unaware) Sam Panayotovich stated...
Clips Nation May 26, 2016

Should the Los Angeles Clippers pursue Joakim Noah?

After nine years in Chicago, the 31-year-old center is likely to find a new home this summer. Should the Clippers have interest? Wednesday afternoon, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that center Joakim Noah has told some teammates that his time with the Chicago Bulls is up. According to the article, Noah has gotten fed up with Chicago's front office and he doesn't trust them to get the franchise moving in the right direction. As a result, Noah, who's slated to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent this summer, will likely be suiting up in a different uniform next season. The...
Posting and Toasting May 26, 2016

Should the Knicks pursue Joakim Noah?

He and Phil Jackson "have a rapport", per Howard Beck. The basketball world was set abuzz Wednesday afternoon by news that Joakim Noah has already told teammates he won't re-sign with the Chicago Bulls. Howard Beck -- a.k.a. The Guy Who Broke the Jeff Hornacek Hiring -- jumped all over this: LRT: If Noah's leaving Bulls, expect Knicks to make a strong pitch. Phil Jackson and Noah have a rapport. And Noah has NY roots. — Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) May 25, 2016 Much depends, of course, on whether Noah still sees himself as a fulltime starter. Knicks have RoLopez, but Noah would be...
Blog a Bull May 25, 2016

Joakim Noah is reportedly telling teammates he's leaving the Bulls

The best center in franchise history is reportedly on his way out the door. Reminder: there is no offseason for depressing Bulls news. On Wednesday, the Sun-Times published a report saying Joakim Noah is on his way out of Chicago. Joe Cowley reports that Noah has been telling teammates he's ready to leave in free agency, with an anonymous player saying Noah "has no trust in the front office getting this in the right direction." The crux of Cowley's report centers on a fundamental mistrust between Bulls players and the front office. The tension that stained the Tom Thibodeau era was...
Blog a Bull May 23, 2016

Domantas Sabonis can be the Bulls' Joakim Noah replacement at the 2016 NBA Draft

The Bulls should give serious consideration to the Gonzaga sophomore with the No. 14 pick in the NBA draft. If only for a couple fleeting weeks, Joakim Noah's shoulder injury looked like a blessing in disguise for the Chicago Bulls. When Noah went down Dec. 21, the Bulls responded by reeling off six wins in their next seven games, a stretch that included victories over the Thunder, Raptors and Celtics and saw the team score 100 points or more in every contest. It didn't take long before the Bulls realized what they were missing. At the time of Noah's initial injury, the Bulls were No. 2 in...

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