Noah named Bulls CDW/Blackberry RIM Player of the Month for April
April 13, 2010 -- Joakim Noah has been named the Chicago Bulls CDW/Blackberry Rim Player of the Month for April. This marks the second time this season Noah has claimed CDW/Blackberry Rim Player of the Month honors. He also won the award in November 2009.
In six games this month, Noah is averaging 13.3 ppg, 13.0 rpg, 3.7 apg, and 2.17 bpg in 32.6 mpg and shooting .557 from the field and .800 (12-15 FT) from the line. Noah has led the team in rebounds four times and posted three double-doubles. He has also tallied 10 or more points five times and 10 or more rebounds four times, highlighted by a 19-rebound performance at Toronto on April 11. Since his return from a left foot injury (March 20 at Philly), the Bulls have gone 8-4.
On the year, Noah is currently first on the Bulls in rebounding (10.9 rpg) and second in field goal percentage (.502). On the season, he’s also averaging 10.6 ppg, 2.0 apg and 1.55 bpg in 29.7 mpg and shooting .754 from the free throw line.
Here is a recap of Joakim Noah’s April highlights:
- On April 3, in Chicago’s 96-88 win over Charlotte, Noah posted his first double-double of the month with 11 points and a team-high 16 rebounds in 29:21 minutes of action.
- In the Bulls’ 109-108 win over Cleveland on April 8, Noah recorded his second double-double of the month with 17 points (8-14 FG) and 15 boards, to go along with his four blocks and four assists in 33:38.
- In Chicago’s 104-88 win over Toronto on April 11, Noah nearly tallied a triple-double with 18 points (7-10 FG), a team-high19 rebounds and tied his career high with seven assists in 38:48 minutes.
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