Bulls’ Zach LaVine paired with Kyle Lowry, Ray Allen in golf tourney

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The Chicago Bulls have a lot of star power on the roster. While they weren’t able to make the playoffs last year, they certainly don’t have a shortage of stars. DeMar DeRozan has made two All-Star Games in a row, Nikola Vucevic is a two-time All-Star, and Zach LaVine is, too.

And with star power comes plenty of non-basketball events. LaVine, in particular, has been having a busy summer. He recently competed in the MLB Celebrity All-Star Game, and now he’s set to take part in another event – the American Century Classic. It’s a golf tournament filled to the brim with athletes and celebrities.

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According to the tournament’s official documents, LaVine is set to tee off in the first round with Miami Heat guard Kyle Lowry and NBA Hall-of-Famer Ray Allen.

For those interested in watching LaVine compete in the golf tournament, his group’s tee time is set to go out at 8:12 a.m. on Friday, July 14.

The document did not clarify the timezone, but considering the tournament is set to take place at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, Nevada, assume the time is in Pacific standard time. So, for those in Chicago, LaVine will be teeing off at 10:12 a.m.

LaVine and those in his group aren’t the only NBA players set to compete in the event, though. Guys like Andre Iguodala and Charles Barkley will be competing. Plus, Stephen Curry, Seth Curry, and Dell Curry will be playing in the same group on Day 1.

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According to the official odds, LaVine’s odds of winning are 250/1. (And for those wondering, Barkley’s odds are set at 7500/1. He is the only player with odds that low.)

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