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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 are ejected from game two [Eye on Basketball]
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This Miami Heat fan gave the Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah just one thing after he was ejected for berating a ref — her middle finger. That’s one classy lady don’t you think? The refs ejected Noah’s teammate Taj Gibson as well.
Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah were ejected from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night after arguing calls.
Gibson seemed to be upset that the referees missed two calls in a row in the fourth quarter, including what appeared to be a goaltend by Chris Andersen. The refs probably weren’t as concerned with small calls since...
OK. You are way too fired up, lady.
And the dude with you at the game? He can chill out, too.
Miami Heat fans got a new embarrassing photo to add to the “that’s so a Miami Heat fan” montage Wednesday night during a chippy Game 2 of the Heat’s second-round series with the Bulls. Miami had the game well in hand, eventually winning 115-98, but not before nine technical fouls...
Bulls’ Taj Gibson has been fined $25k for verbal abuse of a game official during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Miami Heat on May 8.
Gibson was ejected after receiving his second technical foul of the game for arguing a fourth quarter call and spewed profanity at referee Scott Foster before leaving for the showers.
The Bulls were down by about 40 points early in the fourth quarter and Taj Gibson just sort of gave up. On his way out after being ejected he had a few not so nice things to say to an official. The Bulls should have all followed Taj, as nothing good can come from the last 100 minutes.
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The NBA has fined Chicago Bulls forward Taj Gibson $25,000 for an outburst at a referee in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at Miami.
The league announced the fine Friday.
The Heat were well on their way to a 115-78 victory when Gibson went off at an official early in the fourth quarter. With 10:13 remaining, he did not leave the court in a timely fashion after he and...
Joakim Noah is one of the NBA's best big men, but he also continue to get measurably better.
Noah was ruled out of the Chicago Bulls' first round series against the Nets due to plantar fasciitis, but he decided before their Game 1 shootaround that he would be healthy enough to play.
“Yeah and I hope he continues to improve until the last year he plays in the league,"...
Joakim Noah has made his stance known on the Derrick Rose issue.Photo Credit: nydailynews.com
Unless you are a fan of the Miami Heat, or a Utah Jazz fan still bitter about the Jordan push-off on Byron Russell, you should be rooting for this years Chicago Bulls squad. Playing short-handed all season long, they have played with an immense amount of heart and pride, including their...
Things are starting to get a little chippy in the Miami Heat/Chicago Bulls 2nd round playoff series as both LeBron James and Joakim received technicals fouls for a collision in the final seconds of the first quarter.
As LeBron was getting ready to drive, he was called for an offensive foul but still continued to dribble into the paint where he tied up by Bulls center Joakim Noah...
Just one game into the Eastern Conference Semifinals with the Bulls leading 1-0, Chris Bosh is already tired of talking about his counterpart, Joakim Noah.
According to the Chicago Tribune:
If there was any doubt about the Bulls’ ability to get into the Heat’s heads after a surprising Game 1 triumph, Heat center Chris Bosh reinforced the idea Tuesday with his response to a simple...
Many people are talking about the way the Miami Heat dismantled the Chicago Bulls in Game 2. The Bulls lost the game and their patience. They shot the ball poorly and felt that the referees where just giving calls to their opponent. Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah got ejected from the game and the Heat fans let them have it.
No matter how you look at it the Bulls got rocked. Yet does...
The Chicago Bulls didn’t need Derrick Rose, Loul Deng or Kirk Hinrich to beat the defending NBA champion Miami Heat on Monday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Bulls defeated the Heat 93-86 to go up 1-0 in their
Now, that’s how to use a billboard.
The Chicago Bulls showed plenty of fight when they won the first game of their second-round series against the Miami Heat, and despite the Bulls getting blown out Wednesday night in Game 2, here’s guessing that the city is in this one for the long haul.
A local electronic billboard is doing what it can to poke fun at the Heat as the Bulls try...