VIDEO: Joakim Noah Apparently Drops Gay Slur 'F-----' During Game 3 Vs. Heat

After picking up his second early foul for an over-the-back against the Miami Heat, Joakim Noah headed to the bench in anger, with fans chirping at him on the way. Many viewers were convinced TNT cameras showed the Chicago Bulls forward bark, "F--- you, f-----" back at fans while trying to settle down.

Judge for yourself after you watch this video, via @BlazersEdge:

Certainly doesn't look good. I wouldn't be 100 percent convinced that's what he said if the consensus weren't so sure of it, but looking at the footage with that conclusion in mind it's hard to think of anything else he could be saying there.

Will the NBA hit him as hard as it did Kobe Bryant for saying the same thing to a referee? That'd be a $100,000 fine, by the way.

Be sure to check out our Heat vs. Bulls hub for more on the series. For more on the Heat, visit Peninsula Is Mightier. For more on the Bulls, visit Blog a Bull and SB Nation Chicago.

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