Published: Sat, December 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Bulls Having Jabari Parker Trade Talks

Bulls Having Jabari Parker Trade Talks

However, it appears that his stay in the Windy City could be short-lived.

It's safe to say Jabari Parker won't be getting a statue outside the United Center when his tenure with the Chicago Bulls is done.

After the game, Bulls head coach Jim Boylen explained, "It's also hard to play three 4s". The Bulls have not talked to Parker's agent about a buyout yet, according to Andrews, though she notes that could happen closer to the trade deadline.

According to Malika Andrews of ESPN, Parker is likely to be dropped from the Bulls' rotation and that seemed to be confirmed on Thursday night when he only played four minutes in a tight game against the Magic.

"Well, I think it's a matchup thing".

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Should the Spurs be one of those teams, and what would a potential trade look like? But the Chicago Sun-Times reported Parker's path back to playing time is through what he does in practice, especially defensively, as Boylen tries to create accountability and set a new level of expectations for a team that's now 6-23. Parker ended back up in the starting lineup when Markkanen and fellow power forward Bobby Portis suffered serious injuries, but his role has diminished since they both returned.

Prior to the demotion this week, Parker had played heavy minutes for the Bulls and was second on the team in scoring with 15.2 points per contest. He's shooting 45.5 percent overall and 29.3 percent on 3-pointers.

"Going forward, he's part of our team, and it's not about the individual, it's about the team". Boylen's style of coaching is quite a bit different than Hoiberg's, and some have said he asks too much of his players. "We'll see what his minutes are going forward". The task of trading Parker will be complicated by his large salary that's not commesurate with his play, as teams will need to return hefty matching salary.

"I'm very careful not to get involved in the operation of any particular team", Silver told the Chicago Tribune.

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