Joakim Noah’s hamstring will keep him out of the Bulls’ season finale against the Atlanta Hawks, but he’ll be ready for Game 1 of the playoffs this weekend.
BROOKLYN -- Being a brainless player can be a compliment or put-down depending on its context, considering it keeps some players glued to the bench when coaches can’t trust their instincts.
BROOKLYN — It was all coming together for the Bulls, the timing, cohesiveness and muscle memory that comes when a group plays together for a long time during a season.
Joakim Noah was a late scratch from the Bulls starting lineup against the Brooklyn Nets due to hamstring tendinitis, but will still be active. It's unclear whether the Bulls center will play.
One inconsistent evening is enough to instill a decent amount of doubt in the minds of those who believed those days were long gone for the Bulls, who let the Milwaukee Bucks out quick them and ju