We’re proud to bring the relentless Paris-to-New York-to Florida-to-Chicago Baller with a capital B, our man Joakim Noah, onto this week’s show to let it rip. His hoops career started in the U.S., carried him to Paris and then back to the U.S., where he dominated for a legendary Gators squad. Noah drops knowledge on what it was like winning back-to-back NCAA championships. He then discusses his move to Chicago and playing with Derrick Rose in his prime. Chicago has this man’s back for life. Huge competitor. Huge heart. This week it’s all Joakim Noah on Knuckleheads. Tune in.
1. Back-to-back championships at the University of Florida [5:07]
2. Playing with Derrick Rose in Chicago. Prime D Rose [28:48]
3. Why his time in New York wasn’t what he thought it would be [33:00]
4. Why Cleveland never forgets [55:01]
5. His favorite five NBA players [1:10:15]
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