Found December 22, 2012 on
A jump shot by Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah got stuck on the rim during the first quarter of Saturday night's NBA game against the Atlanta Hawks.
The play became an omen of things to come for Noah and the Bulls as they were blown out of the Philips Arena, losing to the Hawks 92-75.
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The Bulls upset the Knicks last night 110-106. Joakim Noah And Tyson Chandler got upset at each other too. Check out the fight in the video below the two got into last night that caused both players to get ejected. Personally I got Noah winning in a fist fight. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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It's been awhile since we posted a ball getting stuck on the rim during an NBA game but thankfully Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah helped us out.Noah's miss came in the first quarter of Saturday night's Bulls/Atlanta Hawks affair and it appears that he might need to work on the jump shot from the left side:
Lou Williams was brought to the Hawks to help replace the scoring that left when Joe Johnson was dealt to the Brooklyn Nets. So far, he has done the task pretty well, as he is averaging over 14 points per game, and has a PER over 18. He is not known much for his highlight dunks, but that didn’t stop him from throwing one down on Kirk Hinrich. You can watch below: Not only did...
Tyson Chandler and Joakim Noah were among four ejected from the New York Knicks-Chicago Bulls game on Friday night. Chandler and Noah got into it with under five minutes remaining in the game and the Knicks trailing 97-81. The two were fighting for position under the basket and exchanged some pushes before the referees separated them. Double-technicals were handed out on the play...
The Chicago Bulls are trying to get their fans into the holiday spirit with the latest BullsTV video featuring their mascot, Benny the Bull, and the high-flying Elevators performing a series of acrobatic trampoline dunks. It's definitely a lot more fun to watch than trying to watch players sing holiday songs.
Here, for your viewing pleasure, are Benny and the Elevators performing...
The battle of the top East centers was cut short Friday night when Joakim Noah of the Bulls and Tyson Chandler of the Knicks were both ejected from the game. Fighting for rebounding position, Noah and Chandler got tangled up, had to be separated and exchanged pleasantries before being tossed in a bizarre game that saw 9 technical fouls and 4 ejections (Carmelo Anthony, Mike Woodson...
Remember when Flip Murray demolished Kirk Hinrich in the second round of the ’07 Playoffs? It remains one of my favorite dunks of all-time, and although this one by Lou Williams isn’t quite that good… it’s pretty damn good.
The most awesome, aesthetically-pleasing aspect of this play is how smoothly Lou transitions from dunking to flexing. The whole thing is just one...
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Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks
Revenge week continues for the Knicks, as the Bulls make their first visit to the Garden this season after beating the Knicks 93-85 earlier in the season. The Bulls are without their star player in Derrick Rose, but still lead the Central Division with a 14-10 record thanks to a suffocating defense. The Knicks will be...
Bulls vs Knicks: MSG 730pm
The Bulls come into the Garden for the first time this season. Another long time rivalry renewed. In their first meeting of the year, the Knicks were on the road, without Carmelo Anthony and they could just not buy a shot. The Knicks were held to 32% shooting from the field. Most of it had to do with Chicago’s top flight defense. The Bulls...
The New York Knicks seemed to miss Carmelo Anthony against the Chicago Bulls earlier this month.
They'll have him on the court Friday night when they attempt to improve the best home record in the NBA against Joakim Noah and the stingy Bulls.
A lacerated finger on his left hand forced Anthony to miss New York's 93-85 loss at Chicago on Dec. 8. Without the superstar forward...