ESPN's Broussard: Joakim Noah recruited Melo to join Bulls

ESPN's Broussard: Joakim Noah recruited Melo to join Bulls
March 6, 2014, 11:15 am
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Tony Andracki

This Carmelo Anthony-to-the-Bulls talk is all the rage around the NBA right now. Everybody's doing it.

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ESPN's polarizing basketball personality Chris Broussard threw his name in the ring, too, firing off a series of tweets Thursday morning about the possibility of Melo coming to Chicago:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sounds like Noah is getting his recruiting on, and Derrick Rose might even be willing to break his "no-recruiting" rule.

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Broussard ends it all with maybe the most obvious statement of the year:

 

 

Great analysis there. Of course the Bulls would be capable of winning it all if they add one of the NBA's top scorers to a team that already boasts Noah and a hopefully healthy Rose (fingers crossed).

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The question is: Even if Melo agrees to turn down the Knicks money and come to Chicago, what sort of team will he be joining? Could it be a Bulls squad without Taj Gibson, Carlos Boozer and even Tom Thibodeau?