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Bulls guard Coby White catches coach’s eye


Rookie just gets it. That carries a lot of weight with Bulls coach Jim Boylen. In one conversation White had with the media last week, he was discussing ball movement and insisted that the team’s energy changes when the ball is hopping around. “I’ve told you before, [White] has a maturity, an intelligence for a younger guy,’’ Boylen said. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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