UF's Joakim Noah isn't afraid to express himself. Thanks to his...

LOVE HIM or HATE HIM Dave Curtis Sentinel Staff Writer Posted March 28, 2007 GAINESVILLE -- Last season's lasting college basketball image, one that helped make Florida's Joakim Noah the sport's most popular ... Full Story
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fish

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#21 Mar 29, 2007
The T man wrote:
Noah is nothing but a liberal, elitist, snobbish turd. He claims that he is sooooooo social conscious, but what has he done for society besides play basketball? Wow, nice contribution there buddy. If your so upset about the Katrina victims than go spend a month in New Orleans and do something about it!!!! It is an honor to be invited to the White House, regardless of your political beliefs. He is just another big phony. Good thing he plays for the Gators because no one else would embrace that turd.
Liberal, maybe. Elitist, yes, he is at the top! Snobbish, no! And who cares about those points? He's a basketball player! What's phony about Noah? At least you know where you stand with the kid! He would be embraced anywhere he would have decided to take his talent!
monique

United States

#22 Apr 3, 2007
i would love to meet noah... i'm a big fan
Fred Sanford

Orlando, FL

#23 Apr 3, 2007
comment wrote:
The article doesn't surprise me. The reference to the commments from UCLA students seems commonplace in games with high tension. It reminds me of high school in Arizona. The reality is that there is still racial tension against African Americans. In Arizona, I played pickup ball in one game where a white student lambasted an African American basketball player as having a "small brain." Such attitudes are very common in Tucson, AZ or Phoenix. I know Patrick Ewing used to have evil fans throw bananas at him during games. The fans did that to imply that he was a sub-human. But the UCLA cheerleaders will probably get a taste of their own medicine in the end when they are old. I wouldn't be surprised if their husbands dump them for someone younger by the year 2028 (i.e. First Wive's Club). Noah is too strong to be intimidated.
Obviously you have not really looked at Ewing. That big wedge head is straight out of caveman days. I do believe his genetics were somewhere lost in time.Besides he likes bananas.
Meg

Washington, DC

#24 Apr 3, 2007
LInda wrote:
Joakim Noah is a very unselfish team player. Others just wish he was on their team with such enthusiasm and zeal for the game. I have thoroughly enjoyed his skills, drive and unending desire to learn, succeed and win.
He is a GREAT GATOR!
In last nights game Noah played as a true champion, kicking Ohio butt. the 1st thing he did after the game was over was run to the stands and hug his mom. It was an amazing game, both teams kept it exciting, and the better team won. History was made, and Naoh played a very big part in making it happen! Great player!
visilia

Andover, MA

#25 Apr 19, 2007
Joakim Noah ia a great player. He plays with spirit and cares about his team. That is what I like abouthim.
tatiana

Andover, MA

#26 Apr 19, 2007
I'm a big fan of the gators and think that noah is a great person. I think he has great skill and plays with good spirit. I would like to mmet him someday.
No Go

Columbus, OH

#27 Apr 19, 2007
Joakim Might be one of the most annoying player to ever step on a court. He acts like a thug during interviews but we all know he is a rich pretty boy punk. And he looks like a vampire. What a tool
No Go

Columbus, OH

#28 Apr 24, 2007
UF's Joakim Noah isn't afraid to express himself and hes not afraid to stick his finger in his butt
BUCKEYE AND NOLE

Colmar, PA

#29 Apr 26, 2007
OOhhhhh, I wanna meet Noah. He's my hero. Hey Noah, can you sign my b-ball for me.
SIKE!!!!!
Ciara

Reform, AL

#30 Apr 27, 2007
I love to watch Joakim Noah on the T.V, when he is playing B-ball. I just want you to know that you a ny favorite player besides D-Wade
No Go

Columbus, OH

#31 Apr 27, 2007
Ciara wrote:
I love to watch Joakim Noah on the T.V, when he is playing B-ball. I just want you to know that you a ny favorite player besides D-Wade
Was that english?
catie bainum

United States

#32 May 3, 2007
i think joakim noah is hot and an excellent b- ball player
kevon randall

Tallahassee, FL

#33 May 4, 2007
Joahkim is going to be a first rounder and don't get mad cause the Gators repeated But hey Im a Razorback and they beat us so they must be good

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