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4 Free Agents That Could Join The Chicago Bulls This Summer

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The Chicago Bulls are on the verge of entering a key season, with their rebuild finally taking shape and their young ballers will try and set the stage to prove their worthy of a lot of praise and attention.

With Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine, Cameron Payne, Lauri Markkanen and now Wendell Carter Jr already on board, the team needs to add some key veteran players to help their playoff chances.

And even though the Bulls are nowhere near Championship contention and stand no chance whatsoever against the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics, they’re taking various steps in the right direction. That’s why today, we’re going to let you know about the top 4 free agents the Bulls can sign.

4. Avery Bradley

Avery Bradley Clippers

Avery Bradley had a very rough season with the Detroit Pistons and Los Angeles Clippers but definitely proved that he could be one of the best and peskiest defenders in the league.

Bradley could guard one both guard spots and even some small forwards while also being a committed rebounder and underrated playmaker, and he could be really cheaper than most free agents following an offseason that ended with an injury.

3. Marcus Smart

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Marcus Smart has already stated that he’s worthy of more money than the 14 million dollars the Boston Celtics are capable of offering him, due to all the intangibles he brings on a nightly basis.

Smart can guard one through five as one of the toughest, strongest and quickest defenders in the Association, and the Bulls could definitely use his top-notch grit in the defensive end of the floor.

2. Zach Randolph

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Zach Randolph was quite productive this year for the Sacramento Kings, even with limited minutes, and he could be a great addition at the 4-5 spot for any team looking for some depth in the frontcourt.

Randolph can bully his way around the rim and is a master of positioning and getting the offensive board, and that kind of hustle is something the Bulls would definitely appreciate if he winds up signing there.

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1. Jabari Parker

Photo by Steve Babineau/NBAE via Getty Images

Photo by Steve Babineau/NBAE via Getty Images

The Chicago Bulls are missing a top-tier young wing to complete their starting lineup, and with Jabari Parker being a Chicago native, they might as well make a run for him, considering the Bucks are unlikely to match any high bids for him.

Parker has a lot of upsides and the desire to prove himself as one of the most promising talents in the league, and a starting five of Dunn, LaVine, Parker, Markkanen and Carter Jr would be really fun to watch for many years to come.