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Phil Thompson: Anthony Davis has always wanted to play for the Bulls — just don't hold him to it

CHICAGO - Anthony Davis is a hometown favorite and perhaps a bit of a basketball tease.

The Lakers star gushes about playing in Chicago - "I believe Chicago is the mecca of basketball," he said Tuesday - and openly fantasizes about playing for

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