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Alex Caruso has savage joke about his drug arrest

Alex Caruso is a man of culture, and he once again proved why this week. Texas A&M, Caruso’s alma mater, made a post to Twitter on Tuesday promoting a greenhouse on their campus that is full of legal cannabis. The Chicago Bulls guard Caruso had the funniest tweet in...
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The Blockbuster Trade Idea That Would Change The NBA Landscape: Anthony Davis And Russell Westbrook For Zach LaVine, Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso, Patrick Williams And Two First-Round Picks

Without a doubt, the Los Angeles Lakers had a terrible season considering the expectations they had at the start of the year. The superstar duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis won an NBA title for the Lakers during the 2020 season, and they were bolstered by the presence of 9-time All-Star and former MVP Russell Westbrook.
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Lakers: Stanley Johnson working with trainer that transformed Alex Caruso

Stanley Johnson was one of the few bright spots for the Los Angeles Lakers last season. Signed during the season, Johnson was one of the few positive role players that the Lakers had in the rotation last season and is going to be a key depth piece moving forward. Johnson is a solid defensive player and if there is one side of the basketball that he can improve on it is the offensive side.
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Chicago Bulls rule out Zach LaVine, Alex Caruso for Game 5

Chicago Bulls guards Zach LaVine (health and safety protocols) and Alex Caruso (concussion protocol) were ruled out for Wednesday night's Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bulls were hoping either player's health would approve ahead of their win-or-go-home game in Milwaukee, but they downgraded both guards on their injury report Wednesday morning.
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Bulls' Zach LaVine, Alex Caruso out for Game 5 vs. Bucks with Chicago facing elimination

As if losing back-to-back games in blowout fashion wasn't disheartening enough for the Chicago Bulls, the team will now face elimination against the Milwaukee Bucks without All-Star guard Zach LaVine. The Bulls announced Tuesday that LaVine has entered the league's COVID health and safety protocols, and on Wednesday confirmed he will not play in Game 5. The Bulls will be without both Lavine and starting guard Alex Caruso, who will miss Wednesday night's game as he's in concussion protocols.
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Zach LaVine, Alex Caruso out Game 5 vs. Bucks

The Chicago Bulls' path to becoming the 14th team in NBA history to overcome a 3-1 playoff series deficit just grew thornier. Zach LaVine (health and safety protocols) and Alex Caruso (concussion) are both officially out for Wednesday's win-or-go-home Game 5 against the Bucks in Milwaukee, the Bulls announced via the injury report.
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Alex Caruso Out Game 5 Against Bucks with Concussion

The Chicago Bulls will be without guard Alex Caruso in game five against the Milwaukee Bucks due to concussion protocol. This is a devastating blow to a team that has fought and continues to fight injuries all season. Caruso did not travel with the team to Milwaukee on Tuesday, but there was still some hope he’d be able to play until he failed to pass concussion protocol on Wednesday morning. Milwaukee currently leads the series 3-1 and could close the Bulls out in game five in their home stadium.
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Bulls' Zach LaVine And Alex Caruso Out For Game 5 vs Bucks

On Wednesday, the Chicago Bulls officially announced that Zach LaVine and Alex Caruso would not be playing in Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks. This news isn’t surprising, as Caruso was placed under concussion protocol on Monday, and LaVine was placed under health and safety protocols on Tuesday. During...
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5 Blockbuster Trade Ideas For The Brooklyn Nets: Ben Simmons For Lonzo Ball And Alex Caruso Could Be Good Trade For Both Teams

The Brooklyn Nets entered 2021-22 as the biggest favorites for the 2022 NBA championship, ahead of the Los Angeles Lakers and the Milwaukee Bucks. Kyrie Irving was unable to start the year for Brooklyn due to vaccination issues. 14 games into the 2021 season, Joe Harris was struck down with an ankle injury, which sidelined him for the rest of the year. The Nets didn’t miss a beat without their starting backcourt, racing out to a 22-9 record after their Christmas day victory over LeBron James and the Lakers.
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Bulls' Alex Caruso and Zach LaVine out of Game 5 against the Bucks

MILWAUKEE — Both Alex Caruso and Zach LaVine of the Chicago Bulls are listed as out for Game 5 against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Bulls confirmed on Wednesday. We learned on Tuesday that LaVine was out, placed on the NBA's health and safety protocol reportedly due to COVID-19. On Wednesday we are learning Alex Caruso is also out - but not due to COVID. The team confirmed over social media Caruso is out due to concussion protocols.
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