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Charlotte Bobcats defeat Chicago Bulls 91-86 in overtime

Kemba Walker led the Charlotte Bobcats to a 91-86 overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls in the regular season finale for both teams.

Chicago Bulls defeat Orlando 108-95

Mike Dunleavy poured in 22 points while shooting 8-for-11 from the field to lead the Chicago Bulls to a 108-95 victory over the Orlando Magic.

Chicago Bulls defeat Minnesota 102-87

Joakim Noah's triple-double led the Chicago Bulls to a 102-87 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center on Wednesday.

Chicago Bulls beat the Washington Wizards 96-78

D.J. Augustin nailed six 3-pointers en route to 25 points and the Chicago Bulls beat the Washington Wizards, 96-78, on Saturday night.

Chicago Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks 105-92

D.J. Augustin scored 23 points, and the Chicago Bulls defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 105-92, on Wednesday night.
NBA: Chicago 89, Indiana 77

NBA: Chicago 89, Indiana 77

The Chicago Bulls grinded out an 89-77 win over the Eastern Conference-leading Indiana Pacers at United Center.

NBA: Chicago 91, Philadelphia 81

Chicago grabbed their second win over Philadelphia this week and extended the 76ers franchise-record losing streak with a 91-81 decision on Saturday.

NBA: Indiana 91, Chicago 79

Paul George had a triple-double with 10 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists and the Indiana Pacers defeated the Chicago Bulls, 91-79, on Friday night.

NBA: Chicago 94, Sacramento 87

Joakim Noah stuffed the stat sheet once again and carried the Chicago Bulls to a 94-87 win over the Sacramento Kings at United Center.
NBA: Chicago 111, Houston 87

NBA: Chicago 111, Houston 87

Mike Dunleavy took Chandler Parsons' best shot, left the game in a bloody mess, but returned in the third quarter with a vengeance and buried the Rockets.
National Basketball Association Game Capsules

National Basketball Association Game Capsules

Andrew Bynum had a successful Pacers debut and helped Indiana snap a season-long four-game slide with a 94-83 victory over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday. Bynum, signed by Indiana as a free agent on Feb. 1, totaled eight points and 10 rebounds in just under 16 minutes off the bench. David West checked in with 24 points while Paul George and George Hill netted 12 apiece for the Pacers, who bounced back after losing their previous three contests by an average of nearly 20 points per game. Jared Sullinger and Kris Humphries paced Boston with 17 and 15 points, respectively, but the Celtics folded late in dropping their fifth straight road test.

NBA: San Antonio 104, Chicago 96

The San Antonio Spurs showed why they own the league's best record on Tuesday with a dismantling of a Chicago Bulls team fresh off one of their signature wins of the season.
Nothin' but Net: Questions abound for Jackson, Knicks

Nothin' but Net: Questions abound for Jackson, Knicks

Here's my analysis of Phil Jackson reportedly running the New York Knicks basketball operations: I have no clue.
Bulls top Heat in OT

Bulls top Heat in OT

The Chicago Bulls prevented LeBron James from making a trip to the foul line in their 95-88 overtime victory against the Miami Heat on Sunday.
Report: Joakim Noah tried to sell Carmelo Anthony on joining the Chicago Bulls

Report: Joakim Noah tried to sell Carmelo Anthony on joining the Chicago Bulls

CHICAGO, March 6 (UPI) -- Joakim Noah tried over All-Star Weekend last month to sell Carmelo Anthony on the idea of joining the Chicago Bulls.
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Joakim Simon Noah (pronounced /ˈdʒoʊ.əkɪm/ or 'JO-a-kim') (born February 25, 1985) is a French-Swedish-American professional basketball player for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the University of Florida from 2004 to 2007, and was a key member of the Florida Gators' starting five that won two consecutive NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournaments in 2006 and 2007. In 2007, the Chicago Bulls selected Noah in the first round (ninth pick overall) in the 2007 NBA Draft.

Noah was born in New York City in 1985, to French singer and former professional tennis player Yannick Noah, and Cécilia Rodhe, Miss Sweden 1978. His paternal grandfather Zacharie Noah was a Cameroonian professional soccer player, winner of the Coupe de France in 1961. Noah calls himself "the African Viking."

He competed on basketball teams for several high schools, first at the United Nations International School (UNIS) in New York City. At UNIS he was coached by Alsonso Shockley, Harry Muniz and David Gartrelle. He reached the championships as the only sophomore on the team. He also played in streetball tournaments and his nickname was "The Noble One" because someone heard that his dad was a pro tennis player. He later transferred to Poly Prep in Brooklyn, New York, where he was coached by Bill McNally, and then to The Lawrenceville School, outside of Princeton, New Jersey.

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