Bulls Vs. Sixers: Joakim Noah After Bulls Loss, "We Got Our Ass Kicked"

Joakim Noah has never been one to mince words, and after the Chicago Bulls' disappointing blowout loss at home at the hands of the Philadelphia 76ers, he wasn't about to start. A despondent Noah told gathered reporters at his postgame press conference that the Bulls "got our ass kicked."

(via CSN Chicago)

Noah bemoaned the Bulls effort, saying, "We didn't play well defensively... we didn't play well offensively." He refused to use Derrick Rose's ACL injury as an excuse though, saying that the team knows that they can play better, especially as it pertains to "team defense," where Noah noted that the Bulls didn't have enough fight in their game two loss.

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