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Favorite NBA player growing up? These Bulls are so young MJ is no longer an automatic answer.

NBA players are NBA fans, too, both past and present. So just like you, they followed the games, bought the shoes and hung the posters of their favorite players while growing up.

Here are the favorite players of some of the Bulls' youths. And remember, this is a young team, so Michael Jordan is no

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