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Alright, so the day after the All-Star break and for most NBA teams, it’s a day of travel back home and rest up for the resumption of the regular season on Tuesday. Not for Thomass Thibodeou and his Chicago Bulls. One day after Joakim Noah put more wear and tear on his already troubling feet, he was back at it in practice a mere 12 hours after the conclusion of the All-Star game along with Luol Deng in Deerfield.
You see Bulls fans? The coach apparently doesn’t understand the whole “lose the battle to win the war” campaign. He thinks every game is Game 7 of a playoff series rather than, game 53 of an 82-game season. Noah should have rested at least, a full week before even getting back on the court to practice. If I were him, I’d pull a Latrell Spreewell and choke the shit out of the Dusty Baker of basketball. Instead of their arms falling off, it will be their legs. Instead of throwing 130 pitches on a 90 degree day, it’s putting in 42 minutes on a hardwood court.
Our good friend Chucky said it best last week. He basically asked what the point would be in bringing back Derrick Rose this season? In fact, why have him playing under this coach at all? Oh yeah. All of the “experts” were saying he would be back by now and he admits that he doesn’t feel the same. Just remember who’s fault that is.