Joakim Noah Needs Attitude Adjustment After Screaming Match With Wizards’ Security
Joakim Noah is known for having one of the most fiery personalities in all of sports and on Friday morning, the Chicago Bulls star and NBA Defensive Player of the Year decided to take his intensity out on the Washington Wizards‘ head of security, Jackie Miles.
According to reports, Noah apparently got into a shouting match during a Friday morning shootaround because Miles told Noah that the Wizards were going to come out and he needed to leave the court since he was the last Bulls player out there. What Noah did next kind of shocked no one but made many people shake their heads.
According to the report in the Chicago Sun-Times:
Noah told Miles, “Get the [bleep] out of here, I’m not done … get the [bleep] out of here.
Miles started firing back with, “Don’t [bleeping] talk to me that way,’’ and then again telling Noah to leave the court.
It didn’t stop there, as the two went back-and-forth for at least another minute, while Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau was addressing the media just off the court.
So boys and girls, what did we learn here? Never tell Joakim Noah what to do when he’s in the middle of something. Actually, just never tell him what to do.
The NBA big man isn’t afraid to speak his mind and this is the perfect instance of that.
It’s time for Noah to calm down before and after games because this kind of thing is what can land you in hot water.
Oh yeah, and Noah finished his routine because he felt like it. Sorry, Wizards security.
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