NBA Trade Rumor: Chicago Bulls Fans Want the Team to Get Young Blood

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
NBA Trade Rumor: Chicago Bulls Fans Want the Team to Get Young Blood
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Chicago Bulls fans won’t let up spinning rumors about trading their players. The fans had recently generated the rumor that Derrick Rose was to be traded. Now they have moved their hatred to Joakim Noah, who, it seems, is floundering to make good three pointers and show the kind of energy that the Bulls fans like. To the fans, at least, Noah’s act looks a little too old and a little too boring.

So what’s wrong here? The Chicago Bulls are picking up speed after a bad start. They are nearing the top on the Eastern Conference with a decent 7-3 win loss card. But the fans aren’t quite impressed with the way the team is handling itself. Age is showing in the faces of almost all the players and the fans want fresh blood that could go on the offensive every so often.

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Coach Fred Hoiberg squad’s offensive looks dated when compared to other teams and their offensive. Joakim Noah, Pau Gasol, and Taj Gibson look positively geriatric when compared to some first round picks of 2015.

Noah has been with the team since 2007 and his performance is declining with each passing year. Sure, he is good when you look at the numbers, but his energy on the court leaves a lot to be desired. Fans are already whispering about trading Noah for the Timberwolves first round pick of 2016.

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It seems that the fans are getting greedy for more fun. The team may be ageing, but it has still got the chops. Look at the attacking guards like Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose. They do have solid energy working for them. And even the offensive seems to be working right now.

Franchise Herald reported the news first.

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