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    @KCJHoop: That Bell pick the Bulls made---and then traded---is the 2nd round pick from the Luol Deng trade.

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    @CavsPulse: Do you guys remember #BynumWatch, The losing streak, getting hyped about Luol Deng? I'm not ready to go back there. So get i…

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    @KCJHoop: On top of the $20M the Bulls saved in luxury tax off the Luol Deng trade that netted them this pick. https://t.co/auVvgXP0O7

Luol Deng
Club
Miami Heat
Nationality
Duke
Date Of Birth
16 April 1985
Position
F
Height
6ft9in (2.06m)
  • @Bulls_Jay: So the Bulls literally received cash for Luol Deng.

  • @dbeltz24: If the Lakers are seriously considering trading the #2 pick, Luol Deng better be included with it.

  • @WaddleandSilvy: The #Bulls essentially traded Luol Deng for cash. A protected 1st round pick eventually became cash that doesnt benefit…

  • @Cosmis: Oh hey the Bulls ended up trading Luol Deng for $3.5 million. Life is pain and hell is here.

  • That Bell pick the Bulls made---and then traded---is the 2nd round pick from the Luol Deng trade.
    23 Jun @ 3AM

  • i hate the Bulls??every player that meant something to the city gets traded. Rose, Joakim, Luol Deng, Korver and now Jimmy.…
    23 Jun @ 1AM

  • Slave Master Thibs won't stop till Butler turn into Luol Deng https://t.co/lvj0fW494d
    23 Jun @ 1AM

  • Do you guys remember #BynumWatch, The losing streak, getting hyped about Luol Deng? I'm not ready to go back there. So get i…
    22 Jun @ 9PM

  • If the Lakers are seriously considering trading the #2 pick, Luol Deng better be included with it.
    22 Jun @ 5PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • 'Proud refugee' Luol Deng stands with those impacted by Trump's travel ban

    Many members of the NBA community have spoken out against President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration since its signing on Friday, expressing their opposition to a travel ban that indefinitely bars Syrian refugees from entering the United States, that suspends the admission of any refugees for 120 days, that sharply restricts immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — for 90 days, and that sparked massive protests at airports across the country. On Monday, one of two NBA players from a nation on that list of “countries of concern” — Los Angeles Lakers forward Luol Deng, who was born in the city of Wau, which was formerly part of Sudan before becoming part of an independent South Sudan in 2011 — raised his voice, as well.
    31 Jan @ 7AM

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