You gotta feel bad for Joakim Noah. He established his reputation as one of the League’s biggest competitors, a man who truly loved the game.

His last season with the Bulls ended with an injury to his left shoulder¬†and now that same injury’s back. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, Noah is set to have surgery on his left shoulder to repair a torn rotator cuff. He’ll be in rehab for four to six months.

Noah signed a four-year, $72 million deal with his hometown New York Knicks last summer. He appeared in 46 games this season before going down with a knee injury in February. On top of that, the 32-year-old was suspended for 20 games for taking a banned substance.

Noah has $54 million left on his deal. He averaged 5 points and 9 rebounds in 2016-17.