Noah, 32, was a major disappointment last season for the Knicks, who signed him to a four-year, $72 million contract.
On several occasions, Noah mentioned a confidence loss last season. […] He admitted he faced “high expectations” because he signed “a really big deal.”
“I went through a lot of adversity,’’ Noah said. “You go through injuries. I lost my confidence this year. It’s about bouncing back and showing who I am through these tough times. It can really show what you’re made of.”
Joakim Noah: ‘I’m Not Going to Quit’