You would think he would have learned his lesson with Derrick Rose last week, but when Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau put Joakim Noah back in the game in the fourth quarter after rolling his ankle, you have to question whether this guy is dangerous for his players. Watching Noah limp back to the bench after the trainer checked him out, there was no way I thought he would come back into the game, but lo and behold, a few minutes later, there's Noah struggling to get up the court.
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau has opted to play starters heavy minutes this season rather than rely on his reserves. Is this strategy costing the team games? Luol Deng and Joakim Noah—the Bulls’ two best players with Derrick Ros... Read Post
Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau announced on Monday that center Joakim Noah will “most likely” miss Game 5 after spraining his left ankle earlier in the series. According to Thibodeau: “He’s a little better. He’ll be a game-t... Read Post