Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Joakim Noah was inactive for the second straight game tonight and Jeff Hornacek made it seem as if Noah will remain inactive for the near future. Hornacek said it was possible to make Noah active and carry four healthy centers but added, "I'm not looking to do that right away." He spoke to Noah, who is in the second year of a $72 million deal, about the situation and said Noah is OK with it. "Jo's a team guy. He wants us to win. He sees how they're playing right now. He doesn't want to have to rock the boat but he is competitive and he wants to be out there to help us," Hornacek said. The coach also wants the NBA to abolish the inactive list. He said if there were no inactive list there could be opportunities to play Noah.