Outlook: Joakim Noah


Coming off a monster 2013-14 season, there was nowhere for to go but down last season for the . Still, it was hard to predict him falling off just this hard, as Noah dropped off in a huge way pretty much across the board. Never much of a scorer, Noah averaged just 7.2 points per game, and added only 9.6 rebounds, both of which are his lowest totals since 2008-09, his second season in the league. He did make up for his somewhat by contributing 4.7 assists per game, a very strong total for a center, though it may be tough for him to sustain that kind of production moving forward. Noah thrived as a playr being knocked back in their approach for Celta Vigo’s Maxi Gomez; West Ham are close to signing Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller for £45 million. That’s according to Yahoo Sport.Haller was a big part of an electric attack, combining wimaker at the elbow for Tom Thibodeau, who ran a highly structured offense that allowed for Noah ow have eight Portuguese players as part of the first team squad, but Neves insists this isn’t reason for their unity.He said, “Nothing is more important than the squad, the way we work together. “We have a big squad, with great people, so it’s easy to stop the ball. New coach Fred Hoiberg promises to run a more free-flowing offense that might not feature Noah prominently. Still, his skill-set is rare enough that you probably want Noah around, though ideally as der Bremen goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka is being linked with a move to Liverpool.Fotospor says Liverpool are eyeing Pavlenka as a replacement for Simon Mignolet this summer.Mignolet is expected to leave the club after playing second-fiddle to Alisson Beca No. 2 center given his issues. If you can get him toward the middle rounds, Noah makes for a fine bounce back candidate on Draft Day.

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