According to the report, talks between the two teams have moved “past the preliminary stage and [are] getting serious.”
According to Jones, the Bulls “made it clear” that the asking price for Mirotic is a first-round pick with no long-term contracts attached.
According to Vincent Goodwill of NBC Sports Chicago, the Bulls aren’t interested in taking on Alec Burks.
Names such as Derrick Favors and Joe Johnson, who both have expiring contracts, could be discussed as negotiations move forward.
Bulls, Pacers Interested In Jahlil Okafor
Jahlil Okafor has struggled to stay on the court after an impressive rookie season, and he will be looking for a new home after the Brooklyn Nets are unlikely to bring him back next season, according to The Sporting News’ Sean Deveney.
Okafor has trimmed down, going from 275 pounds to 258 pounds.
Bulls’ Kris Dunn Was ‘Offended’ By Questions of Work Ethic
Chicago Bulls guard Kris Dunn hasn’t really capitalized on his potential and the Bulls are hoping that his second season in the Windy City will be much better than his first.
Dunn has been no stranger to criticism, and admits that he was “offended” over questions about his work ethic.
“I was definitely offended by it. My dad worked hard in life” Dunn said, according to the Chicago Tribune’s Shannon Ryan. “My brothers and sisters and me (took) hard work very seriously. It is the only way to succeed.”
Dunn won’t let the talk bother him and is looking forward to getting back to work and improving his game.
“You don’t get too caught up in it. You just keep doing what you do best. I know I work hard. I don’t have to prove it to anybody. I just have to show it on the court. I have no answers for (why the rumors originated). Whoever put it out there, that’s how they felt. Questioning my work ethic? That’s just (not valid). I work hard. If I’m not working, I’m around my family. Absolutely nothing (has changed about workouts or preparation).”
Bulls, Jabari Parker Agree To Two-Year Deal, Bucks Rescind Offer
The Chicago Bulls have agreed to a two-year, $40 million contract with Jabari Parker, who was a restricted free agent up until the Milwaukee Bucks rescinded their offer, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Parker averaged 12.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists for the Bucks last season, after he returned from an ACL tear in February.
Milwaukee allowed Parker and his agent to work out a deal with his hometown Bulls.
The Bucks commented on their decision to rescind Parker’s offer, via the Chicago Tribune’s Malika Andrews.
Milwaukee Bucks comments on rescinding Jabari Parker’s offer (thus clearing the path for signing with the Bulls) pic.twitter.com/vWqzvF24Ce
— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) July 14, 2018
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