Joakim Noah got the message. So did Nate Robinson, Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and pretty much any of the Bulls who touched the ball in Friday night’s 113-95 shellacking of the Warriors at Oracle Arena.

Not only did the Bulls respond with the rarely seen, 60-point turnaround after the most lopsided loss in coach Tom Thibodeau’s tenure on Wednesday in Sacramento, they won in a building where they rarely play well.

And they did so heeding Thibodeau’s demands for greater intensity, a challenge the coach made after the 42-point drubbing to the Kings.

“Try,” Thibodeau deadpanned, when asked to relay his message at Thursday’s team meeting preceding practice.

Then Thibodeau expounded.