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Joakim Noah Disheveled, Letting Himself Go After First Rd. Exit
Written by Zachary Stovall / 2nd Opinion Editor    Friday, 29 May 2009 06:11    PDF Print E-mail
Joakim Noah seen here in a Memorial Day weekend party.CHICAGO,IL — Friends and relatives have become worried over the apparent lack of care and personal attention Bulls C Joakim Noah has been giving himself since the first round playoff exit, as the former-first-round draft pick has apparently ‘let himself go,’ refusing to come his hair, brush his teeth, or act in any way that resembles a civilized manner.  He was seen over the Memorial Day weekend "partying it up".

“I mean, it’s crazy,” said new hotness Derrick Rose, reigning Rookie of the Year. “Jo’s hair is just all over the place, he dresses like a freak show, and his breath?...

“I’m just worried about my friend.”

The coaching staff agrees that Noah has been a complete mess since the game 7 loss to the Boston Celtics.

“He just looks like a madman,” said coach Vinny Del Negro. “I mean he is just a sloppy, deformed, haggard, sweaty-toothed madman.”

“I don’t know what’s gotten into him, but I don’t know how he expects to play like that,” concluded the coach.

None of Noah’s friends and family could remember what he looked like prior to the Game 7 loss to the C’s, chalking it up to how drastic the change in Noah must be but they’re all convinced, there’s “no way he could have looked much worse.”

Noah could only stammer, “Huh?” in response to questioning about his questionable hygiene habits in response.
 Joakim Noah seen here at a Memorial Day weekend party.
*2nd Opinion stories are not all true. This one isn't one of the true stores.

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