Found May 10, 2013 on
That NBA Lottery Pick:
If I had to ever put a bet on the NBA referee that would get hit in the head by a television camera, my money would be on Dick Bavetta or Joey Crawford.
During tonight’s game three between the Chicago Bulls/Miami Heat, a stoppage of play caused an ESPN camera following Joakim Noah to run into Crawford’s head:
ESPN camera runs into Joey Crawford [Beyond the Buzzer]
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Jeez Louise, lady, cool your jets a bit. A female Miami Heat fan let her middle finger do the talking following Chicago Bulls big man Joakim Noah’s ejection during the Heat’s 115-78 win over the Bulls at AmericanAirlines Arena on Wednesday night.
In Game 2 of a series that is rapidly developing into one rife with hostility and bad blood, Noah was ejected after receiving his second...
Goodness gracious, woman. Get a hold of yourself. I guess the environment of being at a Miami Heat-Chicago Bulls playoff game made her think it was acceptable to shove her fist within inches of Joakim Noah’s face and flip him the bird.
You wonder why some players go off on fans after games? This is why.
Just after, she celebrated Noah being ejected with this high five:
Internet, you can officially meet Filomena Tobias.
Tobias made anonymous waves online early on Thursday after being photographed giving the Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah her middle finger after he was ejected from Wednesday night’s playoff game against the Miami Heat. By midday Thursday, Tobias had been identified by name, and the story only gets better.
Though she was never officially...
Despite the Chicago Bulls losing by the greatest margin in playoff franchise history, the fine folks over at CSN Chicago didn’t appear to lose their sense of humor during a post game interview with Joakim Noah.
Check out this photo courtesy of Lana Berry which shows Stacey King’s trademark line that was lifted from an AT&T commercial below Noah’s name:
Tempers were very high last night in Miami as the Heat completely destroyed the Chicago Bulls in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semi-finals. Bulls center Joakim Noah and forward Taj Gibson received some interesting parting gifts from some fans in Miami after they were ejected. Stay classy, Miami.
As if LeBron James’ mere presence was already not enough to root against the Heat in the NBA Playoffs. I present to you Exhibit #2, the scene from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals after Bulls big man Joakim Noah was ejected in the fourth quarter.
With the Bulls getting romped 83-57, Noah berated referee Scott Foster from the bench after officials blew two calls in...
This has to be the classiest woman in Miami. She wasted no time showing Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah, how she really felt. And by the looks of this photo [...]
The NBA conference semifinals have had some riveting action and hot hoops debate over the past few days. But nothing has garnered as much attention as what's gone on off the court, where a couple of wild fans in Texas and Florida turned the Twitterverse on its collective head with their antics.
The first occurred on Monday in San Antonio, where a shrieking Spurs fan caused ears...
The Bulls got steamrolled by the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, and Joakim Noah & Co. were not pleased about it. The 115-98 trouncing — which marked the largest margin of victory in Miami’s history — featured nine technical fouls, one flagrant and the ejections of both Noah and Taj Gibson.
Noah got into it with LeBron James late in the first...
As the Chicago Bulls trailed by more than thirty points in the fourth quarter, you could understand if a couple of Chicago players got a little bit angry with officials.
Watch as Chicago’s Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah both get ejected within a couple of minutes and expect some fines/suspensions to come from the NBA league offices in the next twenty-four hours:
Gibson and Noah...
Chicago Bulls canter Joakim Noah said Thursday that getting a middle finger thrown into his face as he walked off the court after getting ejected in Game 2 on Wednesday against the Miami Heat wasn’t fun but it wouldn’t ruin his day. “Do you have fun when
One of these days Rock Chalk Chalmers is going to get enough of his teammates taking their frustrations out on him. Last night during the third of quarter of the Heats 104-94 game victory over the Bulls, Heat forward Chris Bosh aired Mario Chalmers out for who knows what.
It is tradition that when a player on the Heat does something wrong, or gets mad about anything, they take...
The Chicago Bulls’ 115-78 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series was the worst playoff loss in franchise history, but “it’s not the end of the world” said Joakim Noah after the game.
“We didn’t play well, but it’s not the end of the world,” Noah said late Wednesday, via the Chicago Tribune. “It’s 1-1 and it’s going to...