Recent reports suggest a significant shift in the Chicago Bulls’ roster dynamics as the team contemplates trading star guard Zach LaVine, marking a potential end to his seven-year tenure with the organization.
Amidst the trade speculations surrounding LaVine, multiple teams have expressed interest in acquiring the 28-year-old player.
Notably, the Los Angeles Lakers have shown interest in Bulls’ players, favoring DeMar DeRozan and Alex Caruso over LaVine in potential deals.
Contrary to external preferences, Chicago’s general manager, Arturas Karnisovas, has a different strategy.
According to K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports, Karnisovas is communicating to other teams that he aims to assess the team’s composition post a potential LaVine trade before delving into discussions about other player transactions.