Joakim Noah's Return to Chicago Bulls Is Better Than Any Trade Possibilities
With the return of Joakim Noah on Wednesday, the Bulls will be on court as a full unit for the first time since Dec. 10.
The Bulls dearly missed Noah's passion and hustle during each game.
He had averaged 14.2 PPG, 11.7 RPG, 2.8 APG, 1.61 BPG and he also had shot .511 from the field and .724 from the free-throw line.
Noah is going to be the final spark to what is already a dangerous Bulls team.
The return of Noah makes the Bulls an even deeper team and it will help the Bulls rest some of their starters down the stretch.
It may look ugly at first during Noah's first game back as he even expressed he is still not in playing condition just yet.
However, the Bulls will be licking their lips to finally be able to see their experiment of Rose, Boozer and Noah at work.
Now, with Noah back, do the Bulls really need to make a trade before the deadline strikes midnight?
I'd say no.
The sake for making a trade just to make a trade is completely idiotic.
It looks too desperate and unnecessary.
Our mothers have told us numerous times just because others are doing something, it does not mean we have to follow them too.
The Bulls arsenal is looking excellent right now, even without a true shooting guard.
Having Noah return from his injury is like making a trade, but without giving up anyone.
It does sound confusing stating having Noah back is like making a trade because all it really indicates is the Bulls are fully healthy.
But, look at it this way.
The Bulls have been without Noah for majority of the season and they have done a phenomenal job while he was absent.
Imagine, how amazing the Bulls are now going to be with another shooter and defender on the court.
The Bulls will be adding another piece to their team without losing any draft picks or a key bench players.
It would be a complete waste for the Bulls to make a trade because what they needed was already on their team.
All they had to do was wait patiently for their final piece to return to complete the appearance of a championship-caliber team.
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