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Bulls fall to Rockets, reach halfway point at 14-27

CHICAGO - Executive vice president John Paxson will address reporters early Tuesday regarding the specifics of Monday's meeting with Zach LaVine, his representatives and Bulls' doctors, trainers and coaches. The sitdown centered on when LaVine debuts.

A more pertinent question may be: Has he become a lockdown defender in his 11-month

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