Found November 08, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Joakim Noah is one of those players that Chicago Bulls fans love to have on their side. He always hustles, plays with intensity and you never have to question his effort. He’s also not afraid to attempt the impossible if it means Bulls fans might enjoy a Big Mac because of it.
The Bulls are running a promotion this season through which fans can win a free Big Mac from McDonald’s if Chicago scores over 100 points in a home game. With 3.8 seconds remaining in their win over the Magic Tuesday night, the Bulls had only 99 points. Noah tried to put his team over 100 and deliver Big Macs to the fans by attempting the fifth three-pointer of his career. He missed, and Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau was not pleased.
“I talked to him about it, but I’m going to keep that private,” Thibodeau said according to ESPNChicago.com.
The first thought that came to my mind was why couldn’t he have driven it in closer with 3.8 seconds remaining or dished it to someone else, but Noah was obviously trying to ...
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Bulls forward Joakim Noah took a bad shot at the end of a game in order to try to win the home fans some burgers through a promotion.
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah regrets his decision to shoot a 3-pointer against the Orlando Magic Tuesday night, as he tried to win Big Macs for fans at the United Center. Chicago-based McDonald’s is running a promotion with the Bulls. Fans can get a free Big Mac if the Bulls score 100 points during a win at home. The Bulls won 99-93. But Noah missed his 3-ponter with 3.8...
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