Chicago Bulls: Are Luol Deng, Kyle Korver and Jimmy Butler Enough?

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Chicago Bulls: Are Luol Deng, Kyle Korver and Jimmy Butler Enough?
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Deng Rose Korver

With the NBA regular season coming to a close and the playoffs right around the corner, now is a great time to review the play of the Chicago Bulls' small forwards during the 2011-2012 regular season.  Luol Deng, Kyle Korver and Jimmy Butler have occupied the majority of minutes at small forward this season and have helped lead the Bulls to the league-leading record with two games left in the season.

In a season that featured 66 games in 120 days, there have been many highs and lows for the Bulls' small forwards and injuries have played a significant role.  With this combination of an all-star, a lights-out shooter and a defensive-minded rookie, the Bulls have one of the more well-rounded small forward units in the league—so let's review their highlights and statistics.

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