Beat writer Scott Richey peels back the curtain of what it was like for the former Illini star before and after his hometown Bulls took him in the second round
by: Rees Woodcock — Fansided: Writing Illini 31 Jul
It looks like the Illinois basketball team isn’t finished with the 2022 class, as they are now targeting an underrated wing. As of right now, the Illini ...
by: DAVE HINTON firstname.lastname@example.org — The News-Gazette 31 Jul
Wayne Jenkins was hooked. Born in Danville and growing up in Chicago, he made his living playing music across the country. He met and influenced a lot of people, his
by: Gavin Good — Journal Star 31 Jul
The Bulls selected Ayo Dosunmu with the No. 38 overall pick. Chicago picked Doug Altenberger 125th overall in 1987.
by: Jamal Collier — The State Journal-Register 30 Jul
‘A dream come true’
by: Scott Richey — The News-Gazette 30 Jul
Welcome to “Good Morning, Illini Nation,” your daily dose of college basketball news from Illini beat writer and AP Top 25 voter Scott Richey. He’ll offer up insights every morning
by: Jamal Collier — Chicago Tribune 30 Jul
The Chicago Bulls selected Illinois guard Ayo Dosunmu with the 38th pick in the NBA draft. Dosunmu, 21, a Chicago native who starred at Morgan Park, led the Illini to the Big Ten Tournament title and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament last season....
by: SCOTT RICHEY email@example.com — The News-Gazette 30 Jul
Illinois guard drafted by Bulls in second round
by: James Boyd firstname.lastname@example.org — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 30 Jul
Ayo Dosunmu is staying home. The former Illinois star and Chicago native was selected 38th overall in the 2021 NBA Draft on Thursday night by the Chicago Bulls, officially beginning
by: Erik Lambert — Sports Mockery 30 Jul
The Chicago Bulls may not have had a 1st round pick, but they made the 2nd rounder they did have count with Ayo Dosunmu coming home.
by: ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer — Belleville News-Democrat 30 Jul
The Chicago Bulls have drafted Illinois star guard Ayo Dosunmu with the No. 38 pick, adding an aggressive backcourt scorer who helped the Illini emerge as one of the nation’s best teams.
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