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Bulls VP John Paxson addresses the Justin Holiday trade, Jabari Parker's future and Jim Boylen's offense

CHICAGO - One day after trading veteran wing Justin Holiday for Wayne Selden Jr., MarShon Brooks - who won't join the team - and two second-round picks, Bulls executive vice president John Paxson reminded all about the roots of the rebuild.

"Our young guys will play," Paxson said.

Heck, Paxson even foreshadowed how Jabari Parker - who after all he has been through is still only 23 - would surprisingly rejoin the rotation after not playing for nine games. Parker will stay there if the market for him remains cool until the Feb. 7 trade

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