CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Bulls teamed up with Zenni and the Chicago Park District on Wednesday to unveil a newly refurbished basketball court at Burnside Park on the city’s South Side.

Bulls icons Toni Kukoc and Randy Brown, and current Bull Ryan Arcidiacono, took part.

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Arcidiacano, who is excited about a full offseason with Coach Billy Donovan and full brass in place, took on Brown in a shooting contest raising more than 10,000 dollars for programs to prevent blindness.

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“Honestly, it’s different shooting outside than it is inside. We’re just having fun; raising as much money, raising as much money as we can – but definitely a little tight for me out there. It took me a little bit to get my rhythm down,” Ardiciacano said. “I mean, I love being a part of the Chicago Bulls – knowing that you have an offseason that’s more normal with a head coach who really is trying to emphasize establishing a culture – offense and defense and whatnot – so I think it’s going to be a great thing for our team, and we’ll see what happens when the season and training camp happens.”

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The Bulls also acquired Nikola Vucevic midseason, so a full offseason for him with the team should be good too.