Joakim Noah and LeBron James’ clash continues

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Joakim Noah and LeBron James are at it again.

James posterized Noah during the third quarter and taunted Noah after his one-handed slam.


Noah was pleased when James received the technical, and the Bulls center had some choice words for the four-time MVP.

James said after the game the words Noah used were “a little bit too far.”

I’m OK with competing against Jo. I love the competitive nature in him. But we should leave it there. The disrespectful words that he said to me were uncalled for.

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James’ dunk put the Cavaliers up by one, but the technical quickly erased the Cavs lead once Derrick Rose hit the foul shots. Those two points were important for the Bulls’ three-point win over the Cavaliers.

Noah and James have a long history of hating each other, and you can count on this occurring again this series.

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