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Forman will meet with Deng to talk about wrist, Olympics

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General manager Gar Forman plans to sit down and talk to Luol Deng sometime in the next week about Deng's plans to compete in the Olympics despite a torn ligament in his left wrist and what that might mean for Deng and the Bulls moving forward.

Deng has said he will play for Team Great Britain this summer despite a wrist injury that could well require surgery that could sideline him for the first two months of the season. Deng said he will wait until after the Olympics before deciding to undergo surgery.

"Our biggest concern with Luol is his health," Forman said. "I know that's our fans biggest concern and I know it's his biggest concern."

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