Joakim Noah went down with a bad turned ankle on Friday as the Chicago Bulls fell to the Philadelphia 76ers in a close Game 3 that gave the Sixers a 2-1 lead and home court advantage moving forward. While the game remained winnable for the Bulls until the final minute, the end result was a critical loss. Not just in the game but also with Noah -- perhaps the team's second-best player, though third-best is also fair -- playing substantial minutes, even though some were in a wounded state.
Joakim Noah has long personified the competitive spirit of the Chicago Bulls, but his recent health issues mean it is time to put the emotive big on temporary leave. Following their 2014 first-round playoff elimination courtesy of t... Read Post
Luol Deng (25 PTS, 7 REBS, 7 AST ) led the way for the Chicago Bulls as they hosted the Philadelphia 76ers, winning 93-88. Joakim Noah posted a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Richard Hamilton was the Bulls' second-lea... Read Post