CSN Chicago "Joakim Noah's on-court reactions are just the best. Thursday night's game didn't exactly go according to plan for Noah and the Bulls as they lost to Sacramento 103-88. Noah's reaction to picking up a foul after Kings center DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins flops in the middle of the third quarter..." November 21
SLAM Online "Ahead of Thursday night’s Chicago Bulls-Toronto Raptors tilt, Joakim Noah spotted teammate Pau Gasol studying the Raptors’ 120-88 beatdown of the visiting Philadelphia Sixers last Sunday. Noah candidly shared his thoughts with the media in Toronto on having to suffer through such gruesome game..." November 14
Thibs says Noah is out. Rose will warm up and see how he feels. Butler and Gibson will play.
Chicago Sun-Times "Those who know Joakim Noah often cite his warrior mentality. According to a member of the Noah camp, that mentality is about to be tested. “Jo’s [left] knee is going to be an issue all season,’’ the source said. “He has played through pain before with the plantar [fasciitis], but this is..." October 22
CSN Chicago "Though the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award has been around since 1983 (32 seasons), the award has been won by just 19 players. Eight times a player has earned back-to-back DPOY awards (Ben Wallace did it on two occasions), while both Wallace and Dikembe Mutumbo have won the award four..." September 18
New York Daily News "Carmelo Anthony has been getting quite a few recruiting calls from Joakim Noah over the past week, but according to people close to the Knicks star, he hasn’t returned one of them. We’re guessing Anthony might call Noah back after he officially opts out of his contract with the Knicks, no..." June 23
NBA.com "Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, winner of the 2013-14 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award, headlines the 2013-14 NBA All-Defensive First Team, the NBA announced today. Noah, who received 105 First Team votes (223 points), makes his second consecutive appearance on the First..." June 02
Pro Basketball Talk "After the season ended Joakim Noah said he had earned his Defensive Player of the Year award (and some down-the-ballot MVP votes for his play on both ends) playing through a sore left knee. He wasn’t kidding. Friday Noah underwent “minor arthroscopic surgery to clean out his left knee,” the..." May 03
CSN Chicago "While his six-point, 18-rebound, seven-assist, three-blocked shot stat line was typical of a Joakim Noah night, it was clear from the opening tip Tuesday evening that the All-Star center wasn’t quite himself in the Bulls’ Game 5, season-ending, 75-69 loss to the Wizards at the United..." April 30
Chicago Sun-Times "Well, that didn’t take long. Forget Game 3 of the first-round playoff series against the Washington Wizards being heated. For the Bulls, it started at the end of the Friday morning shootaround. Joakim Noah and Wizards security manager Jackie Miles got into a back-and-forth exchange of..." April 25
Chicago Tribune "The Bulls and the NBA will announce that Joakim Noah is the Defensive Player of the Year at a 4 p.m. news conference, a source familiar with the announcement confirmed. Noah is the second player in franchise history to win the award, joining Michael Jordan for the 1987-88 season. Noah's..." April 21
Bulls to make a major announcement later today. Hearing Jo won Defensive Player of the Year.
Joakim Noah excused from practice for personal reasons. Thibodeau says he's in New York for "bereavement." Should be back Saturday.
Chicago Sun-Times "Joakim Noah doesn’t want to get involved with all the hype surrounding his candidacy as a first-team All-NBA performer. But he might want to start, considering he has a $500,000 bonus check coming his way if he receives that honor at the end of the regular season. The way Noah has been..." March 16
Thibs: Jo will play through sprained thumb tonight, participated in shootaround.
ESPN Chicago "Joakim Noah wants a ring. To achieve that goal, he wants Carmelo Anthony on the Chicago Bulls. That's why Noah, Chicago's center, approached Anthony over All-Star Weekend about joining the Bulls, according to sources with knowledge of the conversation. The sources said Noah told Anthony..." March 07
ESPN Chicago "Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah racked up his second triple-double in three games in Wednesday night's win over the Detroit Pistons, but he also injured his right thumb in the process and left the Palace of Auburn Hills wearing a protective brace. The reason this injury has to be particularly..." March 06
ESPN Chicago "Should Joakim Noah be considered in the MVP conversation? The mere fact that Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau entertained that question before Monday's game shows how much Noah's game has developed over the last two seasons, especially this one. With LeBron James and Kevin Durant playing at their..." March 05
NBA.com "It was the highest ever scoring NBA All-Star game, a 163-155 dunk-a-thon in New Orleans Sunday won by the Eastern Conference. Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving was named MVP with 31 points and 14 assists while Carmelo Anthony made a record eight three pointers and scored 30 points as the East rallied..." February 17
Sporting News "Chicago Bulls guard Joakim Noah has been fined $15,000 for the verbal abuse he levied against NBA officials after being ejected from a 99-70 loss to the Sacramento Kings. Noah did not agree with a foul call in third quarter and reacted violently, screaming profanities at officials all the way..." February 04
ESPN.com "Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, automatically ejected in the third quarter after picking up his second technical foul of the game, unleashed a burst of invective anger on the three referees nearby, individually pointing at each and screaming "F--- you!" before being escorted off the floor Monday..." February 04
CBSSports.com "When Luol Deng was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah was silent about the deal. In fact, he hadn't talked to the media at all in the aftermath of the trade until Saturday. Deng was one of Noah's closest friends on the team and he definitely took the news of the..." January 12
Chicago Tribune "Another day, another media blow-off by Joakim Noah, who has not spoken publicly since the Bulls traded his friend and former teammate, Luol Deng, to Cleveland. It was believed that he would address the media – all of four Chicago-based reporters – after the Bulls’ Friday morning shootaround at..." January 11
Yahoo! Sports "Nobody on the Chicago Bulls was happy about the Luol Deng trade. Even the most ardent of Bulls salary capologists couldn’t have easily stomached a deal that sent away a two-time reining All-Star for no immediate rotation help, no likely first round draft picks (unless you’re really bullish on the..." January 10
CSN Chicago "Joakim Noah admitted that his near triple-double wasn’t deserving of being the legitimate feat in Thursday night’s 94-82 Bulls’ victory over the Celtics at the United Center. The All-Star center finished with 17 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists, one dish shy of recording his fourth career..." January 03
Noah will play tonight. Deng went through most of shootaround. He is a game time decision tonight.
CBSSports.com "Joakim Noah knows he made a mistake going into the Thunder's locker room following Thursday night's game in Oklahoma City. Via ESPN Chicago, Noah admitted on Saturday that he messed up, but also made sure to take a little jab at Kendrick Perkins. "We don't have to talk about this anymore,"..." December 22
CBSSports.com "The locker room is a sacred place for a professional athlete. And it has imaginary lines that are not to be crossed. Following the Thunder's 107-95 win over the Bulls on Thursday, during interviews in the OKC locker room, Bulls center Joakim Noah was paying a visit to former teammate Thabo..." December 20
CSN Chicago "Joakim Noah missed Tuesday night’s 78-74 loss to the Bucks at the United Center with what he confirmed as a right-knee injury, though the Bulls initially called it a thigh bruise. The All-Star center suffered the injury “three or four games ago,” Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau said..." December 11
Joakim Noah will face the Knicks tonight, while Luol Deng & Jimmy Butler are out. #CHIvsNYK
Noah out with bruised right thigh.
Hinrich said he's playing vs. Heat. Thibodeau wouldn't say whether Noah starts or not.
Noah said he's "100 percent" sure he's playing vs. Heat.
Chicago Tribune "At the start of training camp Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau pointed to Wednesday night. The Bulls’ late tipoff against the Western Conference powerhouse Thunder marked the next-to-last exhibition a game in which Thibodeau said that starters would play regular-season minutes and the rotation would..." October 24
Thibodeau on Noah's game conditioning: "It's not very good." #Bulls
Thibs says the Bulls are shutting Noah down for a week. His groin is still bothering him.
Chicago Tribune "After using Wednesday's light practice to acclimate themselves after the 10-hour flight from Chicago the Bulls went harder Thursday at the Flamengo Basketball Club. Still though coach Tom Thibodeau said the team did little contact which places Joakim Noah's chances to make his preseason debut..." October 11
Chicago Tribune "A mild groin injury will keep Joakim Noah out of Saturday's exhibition opener in Indiana and likely Monday's second contest in St. Louis against the Grizzlies. But Noah still can't escape talk about his feet which have been plagued by plantar fasciitis in two of his previous four..." October 05
CBSSports.com "The big news in Saturday's preseason game between the Bulls and Pacers is of course the return of Derrick Rose after nearly an 18-month absence. But while Rose is coming back another Bull won't be playing in Indianapolis or for a while. Joakim Noah is going to miss some time. Even with it being..." October 04
Chicago Tribune "Kirk Hinrich and Joakim Noah missed Wednesday's practice with what Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau termed "overall soreness." Asked if Noah had suffered a relapse of the plantar fasciitis that has plagued him two of the last four seasons Thibodeau said no. "It's his body" he said. The absences..." October 03
Pro Basketball Talk "Joakim Noah says right now he feels no pain in his foot no plantar fasciitis. That despite a summer where he worked out plenty even training with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. His foot feels fine. If the Bulls are going to be the contenders they think they are Noah still has to be fine in April and May..." September 27
ESPN.com "Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, who was plagued by plantar fasciitis in his right foot at the end of last season, says he’ll be ready to play by the start of the 2013-14 campaign. “My foot feels a lot better, but I still have a lot of work to do,” Noah told ESPN NewYork.com Wednesday at the..." June 28
NBA.com "Memphis Grizzlies guard Tony Allen and Miami Heat forward LeBron James, winner of the 2012-13 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Award, headline the 2012-13 NBA All-Defensive First Team, the NBA announced today. Allen totaled 53 points overall and James tallied 52. Each player received 25 First Team..." May 13
ESPN.com "Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah had an impassioned message for critics of teammate Derrick Rose after the Bulls' impressive 93-86 win over the Miami Heat on Monday night. Noah took a question regarding how much pride he and his team feel being able to win without Rose while so many pundits..." May 07
CSN Chicago "“It's always tough before the game. Once it starts, they're feeling it, too,” Joakim Noah said. “They bleed just like us.” The All-Star center made that statement after playing nearly 39 minutes in Saturday afternoon’s 142-134 triple-overtime win over the Nets at the United Center, which gave..." April 28
Noah doing all right. Thibs expects same amount of minutes. Likely 20-25. DRose officially ruled out.
CSN Chicago "A sight for sore eyes it wasn’t, but the grind-it-out nature of Monday night’s Game 2 of the Bulls-Nets first-round playoff series at the Barclays Center was right up the alley of the visitors from the Windy City. After a dreadful Game 1 outing Saturday, the Bulls roared back, as a collective..." April 23
North Jersey "Joakim Noah sauntered slowly up the stairs toward the postgame podium, bracing his 6-foot-11 frame on the metal banister to his right as he made his final ascent. The Bulls' center played 29 more seconds than team doctors told his coach he should have in just his fourth game back from planter..." April 23