Alex Caruso shared his first thoughts as a member of the Chicago Bulls and admitted he will miss playing alongside LeBron James after deciding to leave the Los Angeles Lakers.
Alex Caruso left to sign a four-year deal worth $37 million with the Chicago Bulls, ending his four-year tenure with the Lakers.
During his time in LA, the dynamic guard made some great performances, and he helped the Lakers to win the 2020 NBA Championship.
Now, Caruso will look to establish himself as a valuable role player in Chicago, hoping to create a strong basketball bond with Bulls current superstar Zach LaVine.
“As far as playing with LeBron, I’ll never take that for granted, how much he does for his teammates. I’ll miss throwing him lobs – hopefully me and Zach can get on that same page,” Caruso said.