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Forward Luol Deng had been listed as day-to-day while dealing with an illness but is likely to be ruled OUT for Monday’s game in Miami. A serious blow to the Bulls that just won a grueling first round playoff series against the Nets, Deng will hopefully be ready to go for game two. The two players likely to see extended minutes will be Jimmy Butler and Marco Belinelli.
While he isn’t likely to play in the Monday game, it is being reported he should be in Miami for the tip-off.
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