Luol Deng was Luol Deng.
Playing his first game since suffering a torn ligament in his left wrist two weeks and eight games ago, Deng was his typical model of consistency in the Bulls’ 113-90 blowout of the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night at the Bradley Center.
Deng started and scored 21 points on 9-of-19 shooting with nine rebounds, three turnovers, one steal and one blocked shot in 41 minutes. No other Bull played more than 35 minutes.
”It feels fine. It feels great,” said Deng, who was peppered with questions about his wrist after the game. ”Right now it’s fine. If anything, I’ll know [Sunday].”