Bulls forward Luol Deng has played well this season, but he knows that things are bound to change in Chicago if the team doesn't start winning games.
The team has stopped playing defense, something they were doing at the beginning of the season.
"The beginning of the year, we're getting stops, getting out and running," Deng said. "We were playing hard. When you get stops, your confidence is up and you get more stops. But right now we're fighting for that stop and when we don't get it, it seems like it's affecting both ends."
A number of rumors have surrounded coach Vinny Del Negro, but Deng says that the players should be on watch as well.
"We could be traded," he said. "If things aren't going well, change is going to happen somehow. It's just how long it goes on."
Deng is averaging 17.3 points and 8.1 rebounds this season.
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