Cleveland Cavaliers forward Luol Deng reportedly describes the team as a mess less than a month after joining as part of a trade.
Luol Deng has reportedly described the Cleveland Cavaliers as a "mess" following his trade to the team last month.
The forward joined the side after more than nine seasons with the Chicago Bulls.
The New York Daily News claims that the Briton called the team a "mess", as well as saying that his new teammates act like spoiled brats.
Deng has scored 16.1 points per game since joining the Cavaliers.
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