NBA’s penalties for Bulls and Heat equate to parking tickets – Bobby Marks | NBA on ESPN

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ESPN NBA Front Office Insider Bobby Marks reacts to the NBA punishing the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat with the loss of second-round draft picks because of premature discussions into the free agency of guards Lonzo Ball and Kyle Lowry.

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