Jul 26, 2014, 5:30 PM EDT
If NBA players can’t score on him, what chance does a 7-year-old child have?
The Bulls’ Joakim Noah played a little one-on-one with youth from his Noah’s Arc Foundation at an event in Chicago (which CSNChicago.com attended). He didn’t exactly just let them score on him.
The major difference between this and the regular season — these children thought it was funny and fun to get their shots blocked. NBA players? Not as amused.
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