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Hot Hot Hoops Aug 14, 2015

The many ways in which Luol Deng can make an impact this season

Deng has a unique opportunity to help the Miami Heat in a new role this season. We analyze what he can bring to the table. Though he largely played close to his career averages last season, many Miami Heat enthusiasts considered Luol Deng's 2014-2015 season a disappointment. In the 2014 NBA offseason, the Heat actively pursued Deng building him up as a suitable replacement for LeBron James - in many ways he was, however his non-flashy style of play turned many off of him as the season progressed. Now after opting into his contract for the 2015 season, Luol Deng is set to not only improve...

ASK IRA: Can Beasley work himself back into the NBA?

Q: Ira, am I the only one who still thinks Michael Beasley is worth a spot? I think given that Luol Deng and Justise Winslow are great halfcourt-, defensive-minded players, that an athletic small forward is what we are lacking. Yes, Beasley didn't put up incredible numbers last year, but given...
Chicago Tribune Aug 2, 2015

Heat's Deng makes his points in Africa: 'A huge step forward'

The next goal is to create meaningful moments for the Miami Heat, meaningful playoff moments, after his first season with the team produced only a lottery finish. But for Luol Deng, what transpired Saturday in South Africa made the start of the 2015-16 basketball cycle particularly meaningful.
Hot Hot Hoops Aug 1, 2015

Luol Deng, Chris Paul share MVP honors after Team World defeats Team Africa 101-97

NBA Africa Game 2015 in Johannesburg featured current and former NBA players in action-packed exhibition game. The NBA's first game in Africa ended up being an entertaining affair, with Team World pouring in 39 points in the fourth quarter to turn the game around and defeat Team Africa 101-97 to win the NBA Africa Game 2015 on Saturday. Team Africa was comprised of players from Africa and second generation African players including Miami Heat forward Deng, and Team World was comprised of players from the rest of the world led by Los Angeles Clippers star point guard Chris Paul. Both Deng...
Boston Herald Aug 1, 2015
Brad Stevens off to Africa

Brad Stevens off to Africa

Brad Stevens considers his first trip to Africa to be such a rare opportunity, the Celtics coach has brought his entire family.Stevens is on the coaching staff of Team World, which will play Team Africa tomorrow in Johanesburg, South Africa, in the first NBA event ever held on African soil. Team Africa features players of African descent, like Sudan’s Luol Deng. Team World, which includes players like the Clippers’ Chris Paul and the Celtics’ Evan Turner, takes its roster from every other part of the planet.

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