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Chicago Bulls won't be trading before deadline

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Chicago Bulls are unlikely to make a trade before the NBA Trade deadline passes tonight, according to NBA CBS expert Ken Berger

The Bulls have already made two trades in 2014 and it seems likely that they will not do anymore before the deadline. 

There have been plenty of trade rumors involving players such as Mike Dunleavy and Kirk Hinrich, but any possible moves are not going to happen says Berger. 

Berger sent out a Tweet Thursday morning in which he stated that sources have made it clear to him that Chicago are ready to bow out of any possible trades before the deadline. 

No moves are expected in Illinois today, with Chicago's only aim at the moment to keep underneath the luxury tax that plagues many NBA teams.

Trading Luol Deng, moving Marquis Teague and cutting Andrew Bynum made that possible for the Bulls.  

The Bulls feel they are safe from the tax for now, and they will be reluctant to make any moves that will move their standing with the tax. 

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