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Jabari Parker On Verge Of Two-Year, $40M Deal With Bulls

Jabari Parker On Verge Of Two-Year, $40M Deal With Bulls

The Milwaukee Bucks have rescinded their qualifying offer to Jabari Parker to allow him to become an unrestricted free agent. Parker is on the verge of agreeing to a two-year, $40 million contract with the Chicago Bulls. Parker’s qualifying offer was worth $4.3 million. Full article @ Jabari Parker On Verge Of Two-Year, M Deal With Bulls Source: RealGM Basketball Wiretap

Jabari Parker, Bulls Progressing Towards Offer Sheet

Jabari Parker, Bulls Progressing Towards Offer Sheet

The Chicago Bulls and Jabari Parker are progressing towards an offer sheet. The two sides are still discussing a number of topics. Parker is a restricted free agent, which gives the Milwaukee Bucks matching rights. Full article @ Jabari Parker, Bulls Progressing Towards Offer Sheet Source: RealGM Basketball Wiretap

Jabari Parker Has Interest In Signing With Bulls

Jabari Parker Has Interest In Signing With Bulls

Jabari Parker has interest in signing with the Chicago Bulls. Parker is from Chicago and the Bulls are one of the only teams with cap space. Parker’s inability to play the 3 limits the number of teams with a positional need for him. Parker is a restricted free agent, which gives the Milwaukee Bucks matching rights. Full article @ Jabari Parker Has Interest In Signing With Bulls Source: RealGM Basketball Wiretap

Bulls Rescind Qualifying Offer To David Nwaba

Bulls Rescind Qualifying Offer To David Nwaba

The Chicago Bulls have rescinded their qualifying offer to David Nwaba. Nwaba will become an unrestricted free agent. The Bulls are on the cusp of either signing a wing or absorbing a bad contract with an asset attached. The Bulls now have 12 guaranteed contracts, a non-guaranteed Paul Zipser deal that will be waived and a qualifying offer to Ryan Arcidiacono to make them restricted free agents. Nwaba averaged 7.9 points and 4.7 rebounds in 70 games last season, including…

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Bulls Waive Sean Kilpatrick

Bulls Waive Sean Kilpatrick

The Chicago Bulls have waived guard Sean Kilpatrick. During his time with Chicago, Kilpatrick (6-4, 210) appeared in nine games and averaged 15.4 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.70 steals in 23.8 minutes per game. He shot .439 from the field, .396 from long range and .813 from the foul line. Kilpatrick originally signed with Chicago as a free agent on March 26, 2018. Full article @ Bulls Waive Sean Kilpatrick Source: RealGM Basketball Wiretap

Hornets, Magic, Bulls Agree Upon Three-Team Trade

Hornets, Magic, Bulls Agree Upon Three-Team Trade

The Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic have agreed upon a three-team trade. The Hornets will trade Timofey Mozgov to the Magic and Julyan Stone to the Bulls. Bismack Biyombo will be moved from the Magic to the Hornets. Biyombo began his career with Charlotte. Orlando will also acquire Jerian Grant. The Hornets acquired Mozgov in the Dwight Howard trade. If Chicago waives Stone, the trade clears Grant and creates a $2.6 million trade exception, according to Albert Nahmad….

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Bulls Match Zach LaVine's Four-Year, $80M Offer Sheet With Kings

Bulls Match Zach LaVine's Four-Year, $80M Offer Sheet With Kings

The Chicago Bulls have matched a four-year, $80 million offer sheet Zach LaVine signed with the Sacramento Kings. The Bulls had 48 hours to match but did so almost immediately. LaVine was one of the top free agents on the market. LaVine averaged 16.7 points and 3.9 rebounds in 24 games for Chicago last season after recovering from a torn ACL. The Bulls acquired LaVine from the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2017 Jimmy Butler trade. Full article @…

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Kings Serious About Signing Zach LaVine To Offer Sheet

Kings Serious About Signing Zach LaVine To Offer Sheet

With few teams possessing cap space and many of them seeking to use it to take on bad contract, the restricted free agents are finding a limited market for them. Zach LaVine, however, could receive enough interest from the Sacramento Kings to get the kind of offer sheet he’s seeking. The Chicago Bulls would have matching rights on any offer sheet LaVine signs with a rival team. “The restricted free agent market is just decimated,” said Adrian Wojnarowski. “I don’t…

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Hawks, Bulls, Kings Preparing To Use Cap Space For Trades Of Bad Contracts

Hawks, Bulls, Kings Preparing To Use Cap Space For Trades Of Bad Contracts

The Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls and Sacramento Kings have signaled they plan on using their prized cap space to take on bad salary and extra draft picks. Teams could be looking to decrease their luxury tax bill or to create cap space. The decision from the Kings is interesting considering they don’t own their first round draft pick this season as part of their trade with the Philadelphia 76ers. The Hawks and Bulls are embarking on multi-year rebuilds. …

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