When Aaron Brooks stepped onto the floor with the first five to start the second half in the Bulls’ regular-season finale, murmurs could be heard through the United Center as the fan base was like
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.
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.
Joakim Noah had a playful hand clap when emerging from the showers and seeing the throng of media in front of Derrick Rose’s locker, while Pau Gasol could only smirk in appreciation.