Monday, August 9, 2010

Joakim Noah doesn't want to be a distraction

It's pretty rare when you get a guy like Kevin Durant. He's quiet, humble, and is willing to commit to a team, and his team, specifically.

But now it looks like there's a trend. The Record-Courier is reporting that Joakim Noah is looking for a long-term contract extension.
The Chicago Bulls clearly consider the forward as one of their core players for the future after refusing to include him in any deal this off-season when teams came asking about him.
Now Noah sees himself remaining a Bull for a long time, wanting to sign a long-term deal with the team according to a report by ESPN. Noah reportedly hopes to have a deal done as soon as before the season starts in October.
That's pretty awesome. Joakim Noah doesn't want to be the guy that the Chicago Bulls' have to worry about the next summer. Unlike a certain someone, who decided to be a distraction in the biggest way possible. 

Anyway, let's hope that next summer isn't as dramatic as this one was. Joakim Noah wants to make sure of that.

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