On second look, Joakim Noah wowed by the culture and vitality of Cleveland

After having the opportunity to spend another day in Cleveland, Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah apologized today for his recent negative comments about the city. "It really is an amazing place," said Noah. "There's the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which is like a Hard Rock Cafe but without all of the tables in the way. And you can also see the Indians play or the Cavaliers play. And the whole city is on Lake Erie. I am definitely eating my words." Noah said he would even consider getting a second house in Cleveland or maybe retiring there one day. "You never know what could happen," he said. "I could be struck blind and deaf. And then, why not Cleveland? It would as nice as any other place in those circumstances. Except colder."