If you are a child of the 1980s, you are likely familiar with the 1985 kung fu-cum-blaxploitation cult classic The Last Dragon. The film follows the trials and tribulations of Leroy Green, a whiny Harlem youth, as he tries to surmount the final obstacles in his studies of kung fu to finally become a Master. In his mewling, self-pitying journey, he is often confronted by Sho’nuff, the self-appointed “Shogun of Harlem.” Sho’nuff needs no one to tell him he’s a Master. He’s a self-assured bad-ass who doesn’t take shit from anyone. Naturally, he is disgusted by Leroy’s pathetic groping for reassurance from everyone and anyone. At the end of the movie Sho’nuff does him a favor by beating the piss out him until he finally realizes he doesn’t need anyone’s approval to be a Master–he just needs to know it himself.

This blog is dedicated to proving that Chicago Bulls center, Joakim Noah, is, in fact, Sho’nuff.


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