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HUGE slam! Chicago Bulls star gets dunked on hard

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It's been an eventful week in the NBA for Joakim Noah. After being fined $15k for his childish reaction to being whistled for a foul and subsequently ejected against the Sacramento Kings, the 28-year-old was left red-faced after being dunked on at Oracle Arena on Thursday night.

The Bulls started off well in their game against the Golden State Warriors, outscoring their hosts 29-16 in the first quarter.

The Warriors, led by 34 points from All-Star point guard Steph Curry and 22 from Klay Thompson, eventually snapped out of their funk, however, and emerged as comfortable 102-87 victors.

Perhaps the most emphatic and pleasing moment of that aforementioned win came with just under seven minutes to go in the third quarter. With the Warriors up 60-56, Andre Igoudala took control of the offense at the top of the three-point arc.

After shifting the ball left to the magnificent Curry, he proceeded to find the open Draymond Green down low. Without even a second's hesitation, the 23-year-old took it hard to the rack and produced a huge slam over the despairing Noah.

Watch the video of the awesome dunk above - with thanks to Bleacher Report for bringing it to our attention.

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