VIDEO: Joakim Noah goes nuts after scoring in charity soccer game
Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls has a few skills on the soccer pitch, one of them being the ability to celebrate like a true pro.
Bulls center Joakim Noah probably grew up playing a lot of soccer given the fact that his grandfather, Zacharie Noah, was a professional soccer player.
Noah showed off his skills on the pitch during Steve Nash's annual charity soccer game last month that pits the United States vs. the world. Despite his Swedish mother and his French father (of Cameroonian descent), Noah suited up for the United States because he's from New York.
With the game tied at seven, it was up to Noah to net the game-winner. He celebrates in style, most notably denying a teammate a high-five while he loses his mind.
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