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Bulls’ Jim Boylen Liked Players Fighting for One Another During Melee

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Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen liked to see his players fighting for one another during Tuesday’s skirmish with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

“That’s all we’ve been talking about is fighting for each other,” Boylen said, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. “We talk about being a pack of wolves, man. I thought we had some of that. I liked the look in our guys’ eyes when that happened. It bonded them a little bit.”

The melee hit a fever pitch when Bulls center Robin Lopez got into a heated physical exchange with Thunder forward Jerami Grant, which bled into the stands.

Chicago lost the game in blowout fashion.

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Knicks, Bulls Preferred Landing Spots for Lonzo Ball

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With the trade deadline looking, and numerous rumors connecting the Los Angeles Lakers to being buyers at the deadline, Lakers’ guard Lonzo Ball is preparing for a potential move.

The Lakers are tied to New Orleans Pelicans’ superstar Anthony Davis, but seem the Pelicans may opt to take their time in dealing the superstar big man.

Lakers guard Lonzo Ball is one name that has been linked to trades, and he has his own list of preferred destinations.

According to the Los Angeles Times’ Tania Ganguli, Ball would prefer to end up with the New York Knicks or the Chicago Bulls, should either team be a 3rd team involved in a potential Davis trade.

New Orleans currently has Elfrid Payton running the point, but could make Ball a building block should they acquire him.

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Clippers Interested in Bulls’ Robin Lopez

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As the NBA trade season starts to rev up, rumors are starting to gain momentum and many have a few pieces from the Chicago Bulls on the move.

According to The Athletic’s Jovan Buha, the Los Angeles Clippers had expressed interest in Chicago Bulls veteran big man Robin Lopez, although “talks did not advance.”

Lopez is averaging 5.9 points and 2.9 rebounds per game this season for the Bulls.

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Bulls’ Kris Dunn Discusses Shooting Struggles

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Chicago Bulls point guard Kris Dunn has been going through a bit of a shooting slump over the past few games, managing single digit points in four of the last five games for the Bulls.

Dunn has been horrendous from mid-range, but is keeping his head down as he tries to work through the slump.

“Definitely going through it,” Dunn said after the game, according to Mark Strotman of NBC Sports Chicago. “It’s part of the NBA. It’s on me to find a way to get out of it. I feel like I’m getting to my spots and it’s just not knocking down right now.”

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