Joakim Noah’s run with the Chicago Bulls may finally come to an end after a report surfaced this morning about his trust with the Bulls’ front office. Noah has been reportedly telling teammates that he will not be coming back to the Bulls next season because he felt that there is no trust in the front office.
Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times reported that Noah “has been telling teammates the last few weeks that he was done with the organization once free agency begins, and ‘has no trust in the front office getting this in the right direction.'”
With Joakim Noah, likely, leaving Chicago, the question arises what the Bulls will do with their roster in the offseason. If they lose both Pau Gasol and Noah, the team could be in trouble at the center position. With no Gasol and Noah, the team would have a huge problem with rim protection and inside scoring.
Noah has had a lack luster season with a terrible injury and constant bench time. Will the Bulls step up and make some meaningful changes?