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Amidst ongoing speculation about Zach LaVine’s future with the Chicago Bulls, reports suggest that the team’s asking price for the star guard has significantly decreased.

Responding to fan inquiries, KC Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago hinted at the shifting dynamics surrounding LaVine’s potential departure from the Bulls.

Johnson noted, “I’ve reported before what their asking price was—All-Star level talent, first-round picks or both—and my sense is that it has dropped significantly.”

While LaVine’s trade status remains uncertain, both the Bulls and the player appear motivated to explore potential moves during the offseason.

Johnson likened the situation to a relationship that has “run its course,” indicating a mutual desire for change.

Despite his limited appearances due to injuries this past season, LaVine showcased his scoring prowess, averaging 19.5 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 3.9 assists per game.