The Chicago Bulls are welcoming back fan favorite Joakim Noah. On October 28, Noah will be celebrated before the Bulls take on the New York Knicks. Noah spent nine seasons in Chicago with the Bulls and had one hell of a career. During his time with the Bulls, Noah was a two-time NBA All-Star, three-time All-Defensive, one-time All-NBA, and the 2013-14 Defensive Player of the Year.
Noah was a major catalyst in the early 2010's for the Bulls. Noah helped lead the team to eight straight playoff appearances. Noah embodied the term "heart and muscle" in his days in Chicago and fans remember him fondly for that reason.
The Bulls' also announced that they will be paying tribute to the new Hall Of Famer Toni Kukoc. Kukoc helped the Bulls to three straight NBA Championships in the 1990's alongside Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Kukoc will be honored on October 30 against the Utah Jazz.