The Chicago Bulls have been trying to cement themselves as an Eastern Conference threat for years now. But even with Zach LaVine, Coby White, and Lauri Markkanen, they have not yet shown to be more than a lottery team.
Which is why, this offseason, they are expected to work hard to bring in some more talent.
According to Matt Moore of The Action Network, their list of potential signees includes Dennis Schroder, Kyle Lowry, Lonzo Ball, and Spencer Dinwiddie.
“Four names are tied to Chicago: Kyle Lowry, Dennis Schröder, Lonzo Ball, and Spencer Dinwiddie. Chicago wants a playmaking point guard next to Zach LaVine. The Bulls had extensive talks with New Orleans about a Ball trade at the deadline but weren’t able to reach a deal."
The Bulls have long been searching for a starting-caliber point guard, and any of the four names mentioned above would suffice.
With their roster compromised mostly of young, unproven talent, the Bulls could look to add some veterans in the lineup as well.
Whatever the case, expect the Bulls to be very active this summer in both free agency and the trade market.
It will be interesting to see what kind of moves they're able to make.