Many around the NBA took notice of the recent 30 point/60 percent shooting streak of LeBron James, which has

Several players marveled at James' box scores on Twitter and in the media, but Joakim Noah had a more subdued reaction.

“He’s a hell of a player, but that’s not because he’s had this many good games in a row,” Noah told RealGM. “I already knew he was pretty good.”

Noah added that he hasn’t really been paying special attention to James' run leading up to the All-Star break.

“I think people go crazy over everything,” he said. “He’s just really taking care of his business.”

When pressed about his ambivalence over James' recent numbers, Noah explained that it is how the media has reacted to the streak and not the player himself that hasn’t impressed him.

“He’s a capable player. I don’t think that type of run is something that just happens,” he said. “It’s not like we didn’t know he could do something like that. There’s nothing on the basketball court that [LeBron] can’t do.”