Deng says illness more serious than flu Print
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Friday, 03 May 2013 11:03
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 DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng says the illness that kept him out of a playoff game against the Brooklyn Nets was far more serious than the flu.
He missed the Bulls' loss in Game 6 on Thursday with what coach Tom Thibodeau said were flu-like symptoms.
In one of a series of tweets from the hospital on Friday, Deng wrote: ``It really upsets me that everyone thinks I would miss a game'' because of the flu.
He also confirmed he had a spinal tap to rule out meningitis earlier in the week. And he indicated he will join the team for Game 7 in Brooklyn if he's medically cleared, although he might have to spend the night in the hospital.
 

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