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Sources: Bulls join Cavs in Love trade push

Sources: Bulls join Cavs in Love trade push

ESPN.com Updated 10 minutes ago
The Cleveland Cavaliers are firmly in the lead to acquire Kevin Love but the Chicago Bulls are making a renewed push to get into the trade mix for the All-Star power forward, according to sources close to the process.
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