Luol Deng

“We just wanted somewhere where we could have an opportunity to make something out of [our lives].”
Don't ask him to rephrase it without cursing, either.
If legends such as Hakeem Olajuwon can become one of the world's best NBA Players, and Luol Deng an all-star, then imagine the potential that would exist if basketball was just as much a part of African culture as soccer is.
The Miami Heat organization has positioned itself to compete for any of the top four seeds in a wide-open Eastern Conference. They're deep in talent and have something to prove to the world -- they're still the Eastern Conference champs, four years running.
Athletes are acutely aware of the power that food has over the human body. When they're not training or competing, many of them are doing their part to make sure that no one is limited by hunger, malnutrition, or obesity-related health problems.
The small forwards of the NBA offer a mix of incredible talent, athleticism and speed. LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Carmelo
The US isn't the largest nation in the world and - if the Olympics were truly equal - the US should win about 5% of the medals
Losing the reigning MVP for the playoffs is a massive blow; Chicago must now turn to its premier defense and backup point guard (and X-factor) C.J. Watson if it has any hope to make a deep postseason run.
With 2.8 seconds left in the first quarter of Game 2 on Wednesday night, the Bulls added to their lead with an amazing buzzer
Both LeBron James and Dwyane Wade are superior playmakers, but by inserting Brewer, Gibson and Asik, the driving lanes were
NBA star Luol Deng stepped off the court and into Deerfield on Sunday for the 2011 "Game and Give" charity tournament at
Should Derrick Rose be the NBA's MVP this year? Not surprisingly, the local media in Chicago thinks so. At the risk of making his fans angry, though, I am going to suggest otherwise.
Bringing Melo to Chicago would signify that building Super Teams in the in the Eastern Conference is now the norm if you're trying to show fans you're in it to win it.
The Chicago Bulls are re-living the glory years. For just $26.99, the fake ad says, you can receive two CDs, cassettes or