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Apr 19, 2014
Rotoworld
Luol Deng said that Cavaliers guards Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters love to play together and have no off-court issues.
News-Herald Apr 19, 2014
Cleveland Cavaliers: Luol Deng says Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters 'love' each other

Cleveland Cavaliers: Luol Deng says Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters 'love' each other

Cavaliers forward Luol Deng keeps reading about how much Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters don't care for each other. Some believe one of the talented guards must go. They can't co-exist. Some contend they are almost mortal enemies. However, Deng saw no evidence of that behind closed doors in the locker room, players' lounge or workout facility.
Plain Dealer Apr 17, 2014
The extraordinary life of Cleveland Cavaliers Luol Deng -- and a plea for peace in his homeland of South Sudan

The extraordinary life of Cleveland Cavaliers Luol Deng -- and a plea for peace in his homeland of South Sudan

The Cavaliers Luol Deng has lived an extraordinary life. Born in what is now South Sudan, his family fled to Egypt when he was 5 and received political asylum in the United Kingdom when he was 10. But he has remained true to his homeland, and now he pleads for peace as conflict threatens to tear apart the young country.
Chronicle-Telegram Apr 16, 2014

Cavaliers: Veterans Luol Deng, Jarrett Jack believe young guards Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters can thrive together

INDEPENDENCE — Luol Deng is finishing his 10th NBA season. Jarrett Jack has been in the league nine years. Both Cavaliers veterans are considered to be intelligent, hard-working players who understand the nuances of successful professional basketball. Perhaps it should be a positive, then, that both expressed extreme confidence that young Cavs guards Kyrie Irving Read More...The post Cavaliers: Veterans Luol Deng, Jarrett Jack believe young guards Kyrie Irving, Dion Waiters can thrive together appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The...
News-Herald Apr 15, 2014

Cleveland Cavaliers notes: Luol Deng receives J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award for work in the community

Cavaliers coach Mike Brown would not be surprised if Luol Deng's life is captured on the silver screen someday. "It's an amazing story," he said. "I would be surprised if his life story doesn't turn into a Hollywood movie deal someday. It's that special. "I'd go watch it. Hopefully, Luol will give me a free ticket.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 15, 2014
In perhaps final act with Cavs, Luol Deng wins NBA’s prestigious service award

In perhaps final act with Cavs, Luol Deng wins NBA’s prestigious service award

If this is goodbye, Luol Deng is going out a winner.Deng was awarded the NBA’s prestigious J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award on Tuesday, given annually to the player, coach or trainer who shows outstanding service and dedication to the community.It could be his final act as a member of the Cavaliers. Deng will be a free agent this summer and isn’t expected back.He reflected Tuesday on his brief time in Cleveland, touching on a variety of topics including his role as a mentor and what went wrong this season.“We put ourselves in a tough position,” he said. “You look back and...
News-Herald Apr 15, 2014

Cleveland Cavaliers notes: Luol Deng receives J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award for work in the community

Cavaliers coach Mike Brown would not be surprised if Luol Deng's life isn't captured on the silver screen someday. "It's an amazing story," he said. "I would be surprised if his life story doesn't turn into a Hollywood movie deal someday. It's that special. "I'd go watch it. Hopefully, Luol will give me a free ticket.
Plain Dealer Apr 15, 2014
Cleveland Cavaliers forward Luol Deng wins J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award

Cleveland Cavaliers forward Luol Deng wins J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award

Cavaliers forward Luol Deng has been voted the winner of the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, presented annually since 1975 by the Professional Basketball Writers Association to a player, coach or team member for outstanding community service.
Houston Chronicle Apr 15, 2014

Cavs’ Luol Deng wins NBA citizenship award

By Tom Withers The Associated Press INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Cavaliers forward Luol Deng has won the J. Walter Kennedy Award, given annually to an NBA player for community service. Deng has had a long commitment to philanthropic work in his native South Sudan. His recent public service announcement for EnoughProject.org urges peace in his homeland. […]

Deng wins NBA citizenship award

Former Bulls forward Luol Deng has won the prestigious J. Walter Kennedy award, presented annually by the Pro Basketball Writers Association. The award is named after the NBA's second commissioner and honors the player, coach or athletic trainer who displays superior community service.
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Luol Deng wins community service award - Luol Deng (F) Cleveland Cavaliers

Luol Deng has won the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, presented by Pro Basketball Writers Association to honor community service.
Akron Beacon Journal Apr 12, 2014

Cavs mailbag: Offseason priorities, goals for next season and revisiting Anthony Bennett

After Kyrie, who on the current roster will be the biggest priority to keep? @thatguy5000 That depends on your taste. Spencer Hawes is high on the list, but I’ve heard rumblings he wants to play on the West Coast. Don’t they all? Since there are only a handful of teams and a select number of spots, he could be back if that falls through. Luol Deng isn’t expected back and the Cavs will have to make a decision regarding Tristan Thompson, who is also up for an extension this summer. If they don’t want to pay what he’ll be asking, they may have to at least explore trading him this...
Chicago Sun-Times Apr 11, 2014

Bulls are better without Luol Deng

JOE COWLEY: First, there’s a slight pause. There’s always that slight pause. Then the reply comes with a preface, something along the lines of: “We all love Luol . . .’’
Chicago Sun-Times Apr 10, 2014

Bulls have become a better team since trading Luol Deng

First, there’s a slight pause. There’s always that slight pause. Then the reply comes with a preface, something along the lines of: “We all love Luol . . .’’ Followed by a ubiquitous “but’’ before an attempted vague explanation. That’s how the Bulls handle being asked about life without Luol Deng these days and becoming a better team without him. Deng, a two-time All-Star, was traded Jan. 7 to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and words such as...

Hawks 117, Cavs 98; Jason Lloyd's final thoughts

ATLANTA: Nineteen thoughts for 19 Dion Waiters shots following a terrible 117-98 loss in a game that effectively ended the Cavs’ postseason hopes… 1. Mike Brown saw it. Luol Deng saw it. Unfortunately, the guys they were talking about apparently didn’t see it, feel it or hear it. 2. Brown thought the offense was as bad Friday as it has been in two months – or more – because of the stagnant offense. “The ball movement was very, very, very limited for us,” Brown said. 3. Deng was even more direct. “We have a lot of good players, a lot of individuals who could take over...
Chicago Sun-Times Apr 2, 2014

Thibs to Tony Snell: Play defense and make shots

ATLANTA — Tony Snell looked like a playoff-rotation performer when the Bulls were re-establishing themselves as contenders in the wake of Derrick Rose’s injury and Luol Deng’s departure. But he’s going to have to re-earn that role. The 6-7 guard from New Mexico, who started 12 games in the first half of the season and averaged seven points in 22 minutes in a 12-game stretch after Deng was traded, has become a bit player as the Bulls head to the finish of the...

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