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    @SportsCenter: Zach LaVine is going to break a rim one day #SCtop10 https://t.co/v7wTAAJxJV

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    @NBCSBulls: Zach LaVine's numbers have dipped since a red-hot start, and right now he might be No. 13 on a list of 12 East All-Stars. W…

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    @chicagobulls: "What I’ve learned is he has a big heart. He wants to be great. He wants to lead. He wants to take ownership. He wants to…

Zach LaVine
Club
Chicago Bulls
Nationality
UCLA
Date Of Birth
3 October 1995
Position
G
Height
6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
  • @SLAMonline: That man Zach LaVine just PUNCHED that thing (via @SportsCenter) https://t.co/Mt42PP7maQ

  • @chicagobulls: “I’ve always been a leader in my own way. I think right now I’m trying to be more vocal. I’ve always been somebody that’s…

  • @chicagobulls: "We’ve got to take ownership of our behavior and our actions, be accountable for the things we do wrong and improve on th…

  • @TheNBACentral: Zach LaVine never disappoints https://t.co/hzrZcnVqgf

  • @NBCSBulls: Zach LaVine as The Rock? We compare #Bulls players to wrestlers from @WWE's Attitude Era https://t.co/DsblbeKnP2

  • @malika_andrews: To help the Bulls forge a path forward, forming a leadership committee has been discussed, league sources told ESPN. St…

  • "We’ve got to take ownership of our behavior and our actions, be accountable for the things we do wrong and improve on th…
    12 Dec @ 8PM

  • Zach LaVine never disappoints https://t.co/hzrZcnVqgf
    12 Dec @ 8PM

  • Zach LaVine's numbers have dipped since a red-hot start, and right now he might be No. 13 on a list of 12 East All-Stars. W…
    12 Dec @ 7PM

  • "What I’ve learned is he has a big heart. He wants to be great. He wants to lead. He wants to take ownership. He wants to…
    12 Dec @ 5PM

  • “I’ve always been a leader in my own way. I think right now I’m trying to be more vocal. I’ve always been somebody that’s…
    12 Dec @ 3PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Bulls’ unconventional leadership committee will 'have input on what we do and how we operate’

    Bulls unconventional leadership committee will 'have input on what we do and how we operate originally appeared on nbcsportschicago.com The latest development in the clearing of the air between head coach Jim Boylen and his Bulls players is a leadership committee. Details of the committee first surfaced on Monday when ESPN's Malika Andrews and Ramona Shelburne reported that Zach LaVine had spoken with Boylen 1-on-1 following the infamous Sunday meetings at the Advocate Center. Those discussions led to the creation of the leadership committee, which both LaVine and Boylen spoke about on Tuesday before the team departed for Mexico City for their Thursday game against the Orlando Magic.
    11 Dec @ 11PM

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  • Fred Hoiberg reportedly lost control of Bulls locker room, let Zach LaVine get away with 'anything'

    Former Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg didn’t just lose the respect of the veteran players in his locker room, but he apparently couldn’t control the young players, either. The Chicago Bulls fired coach Fred Hoiberg on Monday after a dreadful 5-19 start this season, ending his four-year tenure with the team. While Hoiberg’s issues controlling the locker room in Chicago have been well documented — most notably with Jimmy Butler and Joakim Noah — it appears the problem was not limited to veteran players.
    6 Dec @ 4AM

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  • Timberwolves host skidding Bulls

    While it will be the third meeting between the teams since Butler was dealt to Minnesota by the Bulls for a package that netted Chicago Lauri Markkanen, Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine, it will be the first since Derrick Rose was reunited with coach Tom Thibodeau. The current version of Rose is similar to the effective scorer he was for most his time in Chicago, just in a different role as a reserve player.
    24 Nov @ 2PM

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  • Take a deep breath: The injured, rebuilding Bulls are exactly where they’re supposed to be

    Already shorthanded, the Bulls were without leading scorer Zach LaVine on the second night of a back-to-back facing the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors. The Bulls offense was invisible without LaVine, tallying just 55 points through three quarters and finishing with 22 turnovers and 21 assists.
    19 Nov @ 3AM

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  • LaVine, Archidiacono help Bulls edge Cavs 99-98

    Zach LaVine delivered another solid effort for Chicago, yet his only turnover of the game nearly cost the Bulls a victory. LaVine scored 24 points, rookie Ryan Arcidiacono added 15 and the Bulls rebounded after blowing an early 16-point lead to edge the Cleveland Cavaliers 99-98 on Saturday night. Wendell Carter Jr. also had 15 points as Chicago won for the second time in six games.
    11 Nov @ 10AM

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