Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Jabari Parker on verge of signing offer sheet with hometown Chicago Bulls

Jabari Parker on verge of signing offer sheet with hometown Chicago Bulls

The 23-year-old forward wants to sign with the Bulls, according to a report from NBC Sports Chicago.

Parker, who was drafted No. 2 overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2014, could switch teams if he signs an offer sheet by another team.

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Parker is a tough guy to peg, because all he needs is for one team to think his upside overshadows his injury history and he's going to be in for a big payday.

Parker is a career 35.2 percent 3-point shooter.

"If either Chicago or Sacramento offers a large contract to Parker, it may be hard for the Bucks to match". It seems that the Bulls are preparing to make a splash in the next few days, as reported by KC Johnson.

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