Joakim Noah retires

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Man injuries really messed up the end of his career. Never forget Jo was at one point in the running for MVP. Great years and great memories with him.

Much love to him, great that he plans to retire as a Bull.
 

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I have some great memories of him during those great early 2010 teams. Dude played his heart out.
 

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I hated the pick when they made it. But man, he developed into a good player.
 

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I thought he would end up being a bust after the first couple years but he really turned things around.
 

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Salute to the true king of the Chicago Bulls during that era. His energy was second to none but he was way more than that. Would have loved to see him bring a title to Chicago. Wish him nothing but the best.
 

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When you think about it, between Cartwright and Noah, the Bulls and the Knicks have had the two of the three most iconic free throw shooting styles in the game.
 

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I think this play here cemented Noah's status in Chicago. What a series this was.


I also remember this playoff series being where I realized how much of a bitch Kevin Garnett was.
 

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Whole series was great. A total of 4 games in overtime, one which went to double ot, and then Game 6 which was the 3 ot game.
At the time I said the greatest first playoff series of all time and arguably the greatest playoff series period. I still stand by at least the first half of that claim lol
 

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As far as im concerned, its the best series of all time and i dont care if it was the first round or that the Bulls lost. Simply incredible.
If only Vinny didn't think it would be a good idea to not guard Ray Fucking Allen in the 4th quarter of Game 7, the Bulls could have pulled off the major upset.
 

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One of those iconic moments indeed. That clip will forever be in any Kirk Hinrich career highlight vid. lol the king of grit
I always thought Hinrich was underappreciated by the fanbase. I'm going to guess he doesn't have an interest in this, but I thought he'd be a good coach.
 

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