Found April 10, 2013 on
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We can add another title to Bulls All-Star center Joakim Noah’s name. Noah is jumping into the Hollywood game as an executive producer on a documentary bout his former AAU teammate, Lenny Cooke.
Cooke has become an NBA cautionary tale. The former high school star decided in 2002 to skip college and declare for the NBA draft. Cooke eventually loss focus and went undrafted . He spent time in the D League and ended up blowing out both of his knees, never making it to the NBA. Cooke currently works as a cook in his native New Jersey.
The film, simply titled Lenny Cooke, charts the rise and fall of a high school athlete once thought to be the next Magic Johnson, only to fall victim to the easy lure of money and hangers-on that often seize like vultures on promising prospects. The film will make its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Noah and Cooke played on the same AAU team in 1999, Cooke was a few years older than Noah but the time spent with him made an impact and helped s...
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Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah recently suffered a setback in his recovery from plantar fasciitis and he’s unlikely to suit up tonight when the team takes on the Toronto Raptors, according to Aggrey Sam of CSN Chicago.Thibs: Jo had a setback— Aggrey Sam (@CSNBullsInsider) April 8, 2013 Noah has been batting the injury for some time, and he attempted to return for the team...
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This video of these two back-to-back scores proves that he came to play.
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Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah will miss Tuesday's game
against the Toronto Raptors because of plantar fasciitis in his
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Knicks star Carmelo Anthony believes Bulls point guard Derrick Rose should only return to the court when he's ready, saying, "I wish y’all would stop rushing Derrick back."
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According to the New York Post...
Carmelo has some words for fans and media, who are trying to see THE RETURN of Derrick Rose sooner or later.
“I wish y’all would stop rushing Derrick back,” ”Please. He shouldn’t come back until he’s about 110 percent ready. If he can’t compete at a high level, then what’s a couple more months going to do? What’s two more months going to do? I don’t think he...
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Knicks vs. Bulls: TNT 8PM
The Knicks head into Chicago tonight looking to extend one streak, their 13 game winning streak, and end another, their losing streak to the Bulls. The Knicks have yet to beat the Bulls this season, going 0-3 against them thus far this season and losing four games in a row overall. This will be an extremely difficult...