Chicago mural captures Joakim Noah’s fiery nature

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Joakim Noah may have played his last game as a Bull, but he won’t soon be forgotten in Chicago.

One fan captured Noah’s competitive spirit in a mural painted on the back of a garage door in Chicago.

According to Reddit user haiku_, the mural was painted by artist Joe Miller on the back of local video store Odd Obsession Movies on Milwaukee Ave. but has since been painted over.

Noah suffered a shoulder injury that is likely season-ending during Chicago’s 83-77 loss against Dallas Jan. 15. He’ll be an unrestricted free agent at the conclusion of this season.

The No. 9 overall pick of the 2007 draft, Noah is the Bulls’ career leader in offensive rebounds.

Check out more of Miller’s work at

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