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With Jabari Parker's arrival, it's full speed ahead for Fred Hoiberg and the Bulls

CHICAGO - Ask Fred Hoiberg how he wants to play this season and prepare for a quick answer.

"Fast," the Bulls coach said.

This would've been the plan for Hoiberg's offense anyway this season, but Jabari Parker's arrival accelerated matters.

Perhaps there will be some pace-and-space jokes referencing the offensive versus defensive philosophy. You know,

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