Postseason goes to Brooklyn, and Noah may miss it Print
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Friday, 19 April 2013 13:49
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 NEW YORK (AP) - The Nets are bringing postseason basketball to Brooklyn, and Joakim Noah might have to miss the party.
Noah, who grew up in New York, is battling foot problems and might be sidelined when the series opens Saturday, leaving the Chicago Bulls without their top option to defend Nets All-Star center Brook Lopez.
Noah's absence could make a huge difference in what shapes up as a competitive series between the Nos. 4 and 5 seeds in the Eastern Conference. Chicago won three of the four meetings during the regular season, but only one game was decided by more than four points.
The Nets are healthier and finished strong, winning six of their final seven games to clinch fourth place and open the series at Barclays Center.
 

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