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Luol Deng

Luol Deng
No. 9 – Miami Heat
Position Small forward
League NBA
Personal information
Born (1985-04-16) 16 April 1985
Wau, Sudan (Now South Sudan)
Nationality Sudanese / British
Listed height 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
Listed weight 220 lb (100 kg)
Career information
High school Blair Academy
(Blairstown, New Jersey)
College Duke (2003–2004)
NBA draft 2004 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
Selected by the Phoenix Suns
Pro career 2004–present
Career history
20042014 Chicago Bulls
2014 Cleveland Cavaliers
2014–present Miami Heat
Career highlights and awards
Stats at NBA.com
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Luol Ajou Deng (born 16 April 1985) is a South Sudan-British professional basketball player who currently plays for the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA). An NBA All-Rookie First Team selection as a 19-year-old with the Chicago Bulls in 2004, the 6'9" small forward was an All-Star with them in 2012 and 2013 before splitting the 2013–14 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. After just half a season with Cleveland, Deng joined the Miami Heat in July 2014. Born in what is now South Sudan, Deng fled the country with his family as a child, moving to Egypt and then the United Kingdom. He became a British citizen in 2006, and has played for the Great Britain national basketball team in international competition.

Contents

  • Early years 1
  • College career 2
  • Professional career 3
    • Chicago Bulls 3.1
      • 2004–05 season 3.1.1
      • 2005–06 season 3.1.2
      • 2006–07 season 3.1.3
      • 2007–08 season 3.1.4
      • 2008–09 season 3.1.5
      • 2009–10 season 3.1.6
      • 2010–11 season 3.1.7
      • 2011–12 season: All-Star season 3.1.8
      • 2012–13 season: Second All-Star season 3.1.9
      • 2013–14 season 3.1.10
    • Cleveland Cavaliers 3.2
    • Miami Heat 3.3
  • Citizenship and international career 4
  • Personal life 5
  • NBA career statistics 6
    • Regular season 6.1
    • Playoffs 6.2
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Early years

Deng was born in Wau, Sudan (now South Sudan) and is a member of the Dinka ethnic group. When he was young, his father Aldo, a member of the Sudanese parliament, moved the family to Egypt to escape the Second Sudanese Civil War.[1] In Egypt, they met former NBA center (basketball) Manute Bol, another Dinka, who taught Deng's older brother, Ajou Deng, how to play basketball while also serving as a mentor for Luol himself.[2][3] When they were granted political asylum, his family emigrated to Brixton, South London.

Deng was educated at St. Mary's RC High School,[4] a voluntary aided state comprehensive school in Croydon in South London. He developed an interest in association football, admiring Faustino Asprilla of Newcastle United,[5] but also continued to play basketball, and was invited to join England's 15-and-under team in that sport.[2] During this time, he began his career at Brixton Basketball Club. He represented Croydon at the London Youth Games, and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2009.[6] At the age of 13, he played for England's squad in the European Junior Men's Qualifying Tournament, averaging 40 points and 14 rebounds. He was named the MVP of the tournament. Next, he led England to the finals of the European Junior National Tournament, where he averaged 34 points and earned another MVP award.

At the age of 14, Luol moved to the United States to play basketball at Blair Academy in New Jersey, where one of his teammates was future NBA player Charlie Villanueva. Deng was also named a Tri-Captain at Blair along with Villanueva. During his senior year, Deng was considered the second most promising high school senior in America after LeBron James. He was named First Team All-America by Parade Magazine and USA Today, and was selected to play in the McDonald's High School All-America game,[2] but could not play due to a foot injury.[7][8]

Considered a five-star recruit by Rivals.com, Deng was listed as the No. 1 small forward and the No. 2 player in the nation in 2003.[9]

College career

Deng accepted an athletic scholarship to attend Duke University, where he played for coach Mike Krzyzewski's Duke Blue Devils basketball team in 2003–04. In one season at Duke, he appeared in 37 games and made 32 starts. He averaged 30.1 minutes and scored 15.1 points per game en route to a berth in the 2004 Final Four. He is only the 10th freshman in ACC history to lead all rookies in scoring, rebounding, and field goal percentage.

Professional career

Chicago Bulls

2004–05 season

After one year at Duke, Deng entered the 2004 NBA draft. He was picked seventh overall by the Phoenix Suns, but was immediately traded to the Chicago Bulls by prior agreement. Deng suffered a season-ending wrist injury late in his rookie season, but still made the NBA All-Rookie First Team to help the resurgent Bulls return to the playoffs for the first time in seven years. Deng played in 61 games and averaged 11.7 points per game. On 8 February, Deng recorded his first double-double vs. the Dallas Mavericks.[10]

2005–06 season

In his second season, he posted strong performances throughout March and April to help the Bulls earn their second consecutive playoff berth. His offensive statistics improved in his sophomore season, increasing his scoring to 14.3 points per game, and increasing his rebounding to 6.6 per game, up from a 5.3 average his rookie season. Deng had four straight double-double performances from 28 February to 5 March, with at least ten points and rebounds in each game. In the playoffs, the Bulls faced off against the Miami Heat in a best of 7 game series. Deng came off the bench in all six games, averaging ten points per game.

2006–07 season

For the 2006–07 season, Deng was the only Bull to start all 82 regular season games. All of his numbers continued to improve, and he led the team in minutes played (37.5) and field goal percentage (.517), while playing a strong second scoring option to Ben Gordon, with a marked improvement to 18.8 points per game. Deng also notably rarely committed fouls on defense (2.00 per game), despite the minutes he played and frequently being outsized in match ups against power forwards such as Kevin Garnett.

On 27 December 2006, Deng was driving in the lane when Miami Heat player James Posey grabbed him, causing concern that Deng may have re-injured his wrist. Posey earned a flagrant foul, was ejected and suspended for one game. Deng scored 32 points against the Cavaliers just three nights later, resolving concern that the wrist would be re-injured. On 26 March 2007 Deng posted a new career-high 38 points to lead the Bulls to a home victory against the Portland Trail Blazers. Deng converted 18 of his 25 shots from the field.

Deng has won three major sportsmanship awards. On 3 May 2007, Deng won the NBA's sportsmanship award in a vote by players. The award honours the player who best exemplifies ethical behaviour, fair play, and integrity on the court. For that award, the league donated $25,000 on his behalf to

  • Career statistics and player information from NBA.com, or Basketball-Reference.com
  • Duke profile
  • Great Britain Basketball Profile
  • Deng: A real-life globetrotter making it in the NBA
  • Deng gunning for bullish future

External links

  1. ^ NBA.com : Luol Deng Bio Page
  2. ^ a b c BULLS: Triple Threat
  3. ^ Pilger, Sam (3 April 2005). "Triumph and despair: Luol Deng". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 11 May 2010. 
  4. ^ St. Mary's Catholic High School, Great Britain
  5. ^ a b c Douglas, Mark (3 August 2010). "Tino was hero to me, reveals Deng". Evening Chronicle. Retrieved 3 August 2010. 
  6. ^ Moody, Graham (23 September 2009). "Luol Deng's delight at London Youth Games honour". London: Sutton Guardian. Retrieved 19 March 2012. 
  7. ^ "LeBron leads East to victory", AP in Augusta Chronicle, 27 March 2003.
  8. ^ "Luol Deng sidelined for McDonalds All-American game", Basketball 365, 26 March 2003.
  9. ^ Luol Deng Recruiting Profile
  10. ^ "Chicago Bulls at Dallas Mavericks Box Score, February 8, 2005". Basketball-Reference.com. 
  11. ^ "Patti LuPone & D'Monroe Among Travolta Family Award Winners". Broadway World. 20 December 2007. Retrieved 21 December 2007. 
  12. ^ ACC Now – Deng wins humanitarian award | newsobserver.com blogs
  13. ^ a b At long last, Bulls announce signing of Deng to six-year deal on ESPN; Stein, Marc (31 July 2008)
  14. ^ Nets beat bulls in first game since trading Kidd on Yahoo! Sports; Mahoney, Brian (20 February 2008)
  15. ^ a b c "Luol Deng". NBA.com. Retrieved 30 November 2014. 
  16. ^ Deng scores 32, Gordon 29 in Bulls 151–135 offensive explosion against Bucks on Yahoo! Sports; Fly, Colin (14 April 2008)
  17. ^ "Deng agrees £40m Chicago contract". BBC. 30 July 2008. Retrieved 30 July 2008. 
  18. ^ Nets get first road win, beat Bulls to go to 2–19 on Yahoo! Sports; Gano, Rick (8 December 2009)
  19. ^ Bulls hand Pistons 13th straight loss on Yahoo! Sports (11 January 2010)
  20. ^ Healthier Bulls gain ground, beat Wizards 95–87 on Yahoo! Sports; White, Joseph (2 April 2010)
  21. ^ LeBron, Cavs eliminate Bulls, face Celtics next on Yahoo! Sports; Withers, Tom (28 April 2010)
  22. ^ Deng's career-high 40 points lifts Bulls on Yahoo! Sports (2 November 2011)
  23. ^ Rose, Deng lead Bulls over Heat 93–89 on Yahoo! Sports; Seligman, Andrew (25 February 2011)
  24. ^ Pass the Mic: Luol Deng Wins The Most Underrated Player Award on Dime Magazine; Bressman, Eric (31 March 2011)
  25. ^ Luol Deng – Chicago Bulls – Career Statistics on Yahoo! Sports
  26. ^ Pass the Mic: Luol Deng wins the Most Underrated Player Award on Dime Magazine; Bressman, Eric (31 March 2011)
  27. ^ Deng deserves All-Defensive on Chicago Tribune; Johnson, K.C. (14 March 2011)
  28. ^ Deng neutralizes James on Chicago Tribune; Greenstein, Teddy (16 May 2011)
  29. ^ Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, Chicago Bulls overpower Miami Heat to take Game 1 of Eastern finals, 103–82 on New York Daily News (15 May 2011)
  30. ^ LeBron gives chase, but Deng throws down on Yahoo! Sports; Devine, Dan (27 May 2011)
  31. ^ AP (25 March 2012). "Luol Deng gives Bulls victory in overtime". Los Angeles Times. Tribune Interactive, Inc. Retrieved 30 March 2012. 
  32. ^ Adrian Wojnarowski (7 January 2014). "Luol Deng rejected $30 million extension offer from Bulls before trade to Cavs". Yahoo! Sports. 
  33. ^ "Luol Deng Game by Game Stats".  
  34. ^ "Luol Deng Stats". ESPN. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  35. ^ "Cavs Acquire Luol Deng from Bulls". NBA.com. Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. 7 January 2014. Retrieved 7 January 2014. 
  36. ^ "Bulls trade Luol Deng to Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum, draft picks".  
  37. ^ "Cavs cool off Jazz in Luol Deng's debut with Cleveland". espn.go.com. Associated Press. Retrieved 10 February 2015. 
  38. ^ "Game Summary Boxscore: Cavs 120, Lakers 118". NBA.com. January 14, 2014. Retrieved May 9, 2015. 
  39. ^ "HEAT Signs Luol Deng". NBA.com. 15 July 2014. Archived from the original on 15 July 2014. 
  40. ^ "Luol Deng Exercises Player Option". NBA.com. June 29, 2015. Retrieved June 29, 2015. 
  41. ^ NBA stars, legends shine as Team World rallies to beat Team Africa
  42. ^ Dugdale, Rob (18 October 2006). "NBA star Deng ready for GB debut". BBC News. Retrieved 11 May 2010. 
  43. ^ EuroBasket 2007
  44. ^ "Report on FIBAeurope.com". Fibaeurope.com. Retrieved 30 November 2014. 
  45. ^ Staff report. "Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng says he'll be ready by training camp". Sporting News. Retrieved 30 November 2014. 
  46. ^ "7 December 2010 - Luol Deng SHS Celebrity Ambassador" Retrieved April 20, 2015.
  47. ^ "Deng wants more focus on game in Britain", Reuters, upstatetoday.com, 16 August 2008.
  48. ^ McRae, Donald. "Luol Deng: Britain's secret superstar", The Guardian, 14 September 2009.
  49. ^ "Luol Deng – Arsenal's Biggest Fan". Arsenal.com. Retrieved 22 August 2006. 
  50. ^ Brendan Sinclair. "NBA Live goes global for cover stars". GameSpot. Retrieved 30 November 2014. 

References

See also

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
2006 Chicago 6 0 30.0 .429 .200 .571 4.8 .5 .8 .7 10.2
2007 Chicago 10 10 41.0 .524 .000 .807 8.7 2.4 1.0 .7 22.2
2010 Chicago 5 5 40.6 .463 .083 .731 5.0 1.4 1.2 .8 18.8
2011 Chicago 16 16 42.9 .426 .324 .839 6.6 2.7 1.5 .6 16.9
2012 Chicago 6 6 38.0 .456 .364 .571 8.3 1.5 .8 1.5 14.0
2013 Chicago 5 5 44.8 .381 .056 .400 7.6 3.8 1.0 .6 13.8
Career 48 42 40.3 .452 .262 .749 7.0 2.2 1.1 .8 16.7

Playoffs

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
2004–05 Chicago 61 45 27.3 .434 .265 .741 5.3 2.2 .8 .4 11.7
2005–06 Chicago 78 56 33.4 .463 .269 .750 6.6 1.9 .9 .6 14.3
2006–07 Chicago 82 82 37.5 .517 .143 .777 7.1 2.5 1.2 .6 18.8
2007–08 Chicago 63 59 33.8 .479 .364 .770 6.3 2.5 .9 .5 17.0
2008–09 Chicago 49 46 34.0 .448 .400 .796 6.0 1.9 1.2 .5 14.1
2009–10 Chicago 70 69 37.9 .466 .386 .764 7.3 2.0 .9 .9 17.6
2010–11 Chicago 82 82 39.1 .460 .345 .750 5.8 2.8 1.0 .6 17.4
2011–12 Chicago 54 54 39.2 .412 .367 .770 6.5 2.9 1.0 .7 15.3
2012–13 Chicago 75 75 38.7 .426 .322 .816 6.3 3.0 1.1 .4 16.5
2013–14 Chicago 23 23 37.4 .452 .274 .815 6.9 3.7 1.0 .2 19.0
2013–14 Cleveland 40 40 33.8 .417 .315 .771 5.1 2.5 1.0 .1 14.3
2014–15 Miami 72 72 33.6 .469 .355 .761 5.2 1.9 .9 .3 14.0
Career 749 703 35.6 .458 .333 .772 6.2 2.4 1.0 .5 15.8
All-Star 2 0 11.5 .333 .200 1.000 1.0 1.0 .0 .0 5.0

Regular season

Led the league

NBA career statistics

Following the 2009–10 season, Deng made a highly publicised first return to his native South Sudan.

Deng is the cover athlete for NBA Live video games in the UK.[50]

He counts himself a fan of English Premier League side Arsenal F.C.[5][49]

Deng is involved in numerous charities,[5] such as the UK children's charity School Home Support.[46] He has been noted for his work on behalf of the Lost Boys of Sudan and other refugees.[47][48] During the summers of 2006 and 2007, Luol went to Africa, Asia and Europe with the NBA for their Basketball Without Borders Tour. He is also a spokesperson for the World Food Programme. "He really does epitomize everything I had hoped for as a person and a basketball player," general manager John Paxson said. "I think it's one of the reasons we've gotten to the level we're at this year. I'm truly proud of him. I think the world of him as a person and as a player."

Personal life

[45] He played with the team at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where he averaged 15.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 4.6 assists. However, Great Britain finished with a 1–4 record.[44] on 21 August 2007.National Indoor Arena's Birmingham In his first competitive qualifying game representing Great Britain, Deng collected 21 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 3 steals and 2 blocks against Slovakia, at [43] Since his birth in

Citizenship and international career

On June 29, 2015, Deng exercised his player option for the 2015–16 season.[40] On August 1, 2015, Deng played for Team Africa at the 2015 NBA Africa exhibition game.[41]

On 15 July 2014, Deng signed with the Miami Heat.[39] He had his best scoring game of the 2014–15 season on January 20, when he scored 29 points against the Philadelphia 76ers. Deng finished the season averaging 14 points and 5.2 rebounds per game.

Miami Heat

In his Cavaliers debut, Deng had 10 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal, and 4 turnovers in 21 minutes.[37] Two games later, he scored 27 points with 5 rebounds, 4 assists, and 1 block. This was his highest scoring game with the Cavaliers.[38] Deng finished the season averaging 14.1 points and 2.5 assists.

On 7 January 2014, the Chicago Bulls traded Deng to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Andrew Bynum, two future second round draft picks in 2015 and 2016 (initially traded from the Portland Trail Blazers to the Cavaliers), a protected future pick the Cavaliers received from the Sacramento Kings, and the right to swap first round picks with the Cavaliers in the 2015 draft.[35] At the time of the trade, Deng was the fifth-longest tenured Bull and fourth-leading scorer in franchise history.[36]

Cleveland Cavaliers

During the first months of the season, Deng again emerged as the Bulls leading scorer with the absence of Derrick Rose. He had his best performances on 27 and 30 November, when he scored 27 points against the Detroit Pistons and the Cleveland Cavaliers in two separate games. He also registered 6 rebounds against the Pistons, and 11 assists against the Cavs.[33] During the first two months of the season, Deng averaged a career-high of 19 points and 3.7 assists per game. He also averaged 6.9 rebounds per game.[34]

Deng's representatives and Chicago Bulls executives had informal talks about extending his contract over the summer, but the team never made a formal offer. Deng, who would become a free agent after the 2013–14 season, was seeking a contract close to $12 million a year over 4–5 seasons. Rumors about him being traded continued throughout the season.[32]

2013–14 season

The Chicago Bulls met the Brooklyn Nets in the opening round of the 2013 Playoffs. The Bulls defeated the Nets in seven games and met the Miami Heat in the semi-finals. The Heat defeated the Bulls in five games. The Heat went on to win the 2013 NBA Finals. During the 2013 Playoffs, Deng averaged 13.8 points per game, 7.6 rebounds per game, and 3.8 assists per game in 44.8 minutes per game.

Deng was selected as a reserve for the 2013 NBA All-Star Game, along with Joakim Noah. During the 2012–13 season, he averaged a team high 16.5 points per game, 6.3 rebounds per game, and a career high 3 assists per game. His free throw percentage of .816 was also a career high. He again led the league in minutes per game with (38.7). Even without Derrick Rose, who was out for the whole year due to an ACL injury, the Bulls still tallied a 45–37 record, finishing 5th in the Eastern Conference and 2nd in the Central Division.

2012–13 season: Second All-Star season

Deng made a buzzer-beating game winner on 24 March 2012, off a tip-in basket to lift the Bulls 102–101 in overtime versus the Toronto Raptors.[31] At the end of the season, Deng was selected for the NBA All-Defensive Second Team

On 9 February 2012, Deng was selected as a reserve for the 2012 NBA All-Star Game's Eastern Conference team, joining teammate Derrick Rose, who was voted in as a starter. This was the first time since 1997 (when both Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen made the team) that the Chicago Bulls had two All-Stars in the All-Star Game.

Deng injured his wrist during the fourth quarter against the Charlotte Bobcats on 21 January 2012. Initially thought to be a minor injury, it was later revealed by an MRI that Deng tore the ligament in his left wrist. Deng decided to postpone surgery and play the rest of the season through the pain. He returned to the starting line-up against the Milwaukee Bucks on 4 February 2012, scoring 21 points with 9 rebounds, 1 steal, and 1 block.

Deng shooting a jump shot in a game with the Bulls

2011–12 season: All-Star season

Deng was the Bulls' second leading scorer during the playoffs. In the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat, Deng was praised for his defense on LeBron James. However, the Miami Heat went on to eliminate the Bulls in five games.[28][29] Deng averaged just under 43 minutes, 16.9 points, 6.6 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game during the playoffs.[30]

On 31 March 2011, Eric Bressman of Dime magazine called Deng "the most underrated player" writing he was "never the face of the franchise but always the backbone".[26] Coach Thibodeau has consistently called Deng the "glue" that holds the Bulls together. "Luol's professional. He practices hard. He prepares well. He studies his opponent. He's great at executing offensively and defensively. He's helped this team get better every day," said Thibodeau.[27]

Deng finished the season averaging 17.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per game, being the third lead scorer for the Chicago Bulls behind Derrick Rose (25.0) and Carlos Boozer (17.5). This was also Deng's seventh season averaging double figures.[25] During the first round of the playoffs against the Indiana Pacers, Deng averaged 18.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, being the second leading scorer of the team behind Derrick Rose.

On 1 November 2010, Deng scored a new career-high 40 points, hitting 14 of his 19 shots, along with 9 of 11 free throws, against the Portland Trail Blazers, scoring a point a minute.[22] On 24 February 2011, Deng scored 20 points, 10 rebounds, and hit the game winning 3-point shot with 16 seconds left on the clock in a game against the Miami Heat.[23] Throughout the season, Deng significantly improved his 3-point shooting after coach Tom Thibodeau asked him to. In the past four seasons, Deng attempted 132 3-point shots, whereas this season he attempted 333, hitting 115 for a 34%.[24]

2010–11 season

During the first-round of the playoffs, Deng averaged 18.8 points per game along with 5.0 rebounds per game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.[15] He scored 26 points in the final game, but couldn't prevent the Bulls being eliminated by the Cavs.[21]

Deng scored 27 points twice during the season, his season-high.[18][19] Deng played in a total of 70 games during the 2009–10 season, also increasing his scoring and rebounding to 17.6 and 7.3 respectively, helping the Bulls make the playoffs again. He missed 11 straight games at the end of March because of a sprained right calf.[20]

2009–10 season

Due to injury, Deng only played in 48 games. During the regular season Luol's scoring dropped to 14.1 points per game and his rebounding dropped to 6.0 per game. The Bulls made the playoffs, but Luol missed the entire playoffs due to injury.[15]

Before the season started, Deng agreed to a contract extension for six years and $71 million.[17] The agreement was announced by Bulls general manager, [13]

2008–09 season

In the 2007–08 season, Luol played in sixty-three games, missing 19 mostly because of left Achilles tendinitis.[14] Despite injuries, Deng still averaged 17.0 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game.[15] He had his best game against the Milwaukee Bucks when he scored 32 points in a 151–135 victory.[16] The Bulls missed the playoffs in the 2007–08 season for the first time since 2004.

Near the beginning of the season, the Bulls started negotiating a contract extension for Deng. Negotiations were mostly handled by Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf. The team offered Deng a five-year extension for $57.5 million. However, Deng decided to reject the deal and wait until the season ended to continue negotiations.[13]

2007–08 season

[12]

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