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June 8, 2007 at 1:57 PM

Hawes in Chicago

Spencer Hawes is in Chicago today working out for the Bulls alongside Florida’s Joakim Noah.
Here’s an interview with Hawes from the Bulls’ official website conducted after the workout.
Nothing earth shattering, but obviously interesting.
Among the things he says is that he has two or three more workouts to go, including one with Sacramento and possibly Atlanta and Philadephia.
He says again that he hasn’t made up his mind, but also says at the end that he thinks the Bulls “would be a good fit for me personally” and would be “a great situation.”
There is also this story here from the Daily Herald previewing today’s workout that includes an interesting note that might debunk any thought that Hawes’ weight numbers from the Orlando camp will hurt his status. As the story says, Dwight Howard, now known as one of the best power forwards in the game, had fewer reps at 185 pounds when he entered the draft than did Hawes.

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