In-game interviews tend to be straight-to-the-point, matter-of-fact and generally, uninteresting.
But most in-game interviews aren't done with a member of the Noah family.
During Sunday's matchup between the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat, ESPN's Lisa Salters spoke to Yannick Noah, father of Bulls center Joakim and a former tennis star. Like his son, Yannick is known for his colorful personality. He is a cultural icon in France, having become a popular musician and a spokesman for several charities.
Yannick Noah could hardly contain his excitement as his son made an excellent, two-way hustle play against the Heat. First, Noah boxed out LeBron James and helped create a fast-break opportunity for the Bulls. Then, Noah hustled down to the other end of the court and got fouled while going up for a shot.
In an adorable and unforgettable father-son moment, Yannick smiles and laughs while his son caroms across the court.
Noah continued his recent hot streak, leading the Bulls with 20 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists in Chicago's 95-88 win.
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