The Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat have recently become bitter rivals. With three ejections in the past three games, and nine technical fouls in Game 2 alone, this series has also become one of the most physical in recent playoff history.
At the front of all this is Joakim Noah, who prides himself on being an aggressor and irritator. After being ejected in Game 2, Noah did not show any caution in Game 3, shoving Heat big man Chris Anderson in the first quarter.
So, naturally, when the Bulls had a swing of momentum, and the Heat players began to fight with themselves about a defensive lapse, Noah decided to step in…
And obnoxiously cheer Bosh and Chalmers on.
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