Lonzo Ball and Dennis Schroder are two players looking to secure big money contracts in the offseason.
The former is having arguably the best year of his young career.
The latter is having a decent run with the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers, but it has been marred a bit by that team’s perpetual injuries.
This week, news surfaced that at least one squad is interested in stealing both players away from their respective teams.
That one team?
According to Bleacher Report, the Chicago Bulls have their sights set on both players.
“During an appearance on ESPN’s NBA Countdown ahead of the Bulls hosting the Boston Celtics, Wojnarowski suggested Lonzo Ball of the New Orleans Pelicans and Dennis Schroder of the Los Angeles Lakers as two potential targets,” Bleacher Report noted.
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“‘Point guard is going to be at a premium for them,’ Wojnarowski said. Chicago is expected to enter free agency with nearly $24 million in practical cap space, according to Spotrac, which would allow the team to target a number of players on the market.”
But the Bulls’ interest is definitely noteworthy, and it’ll be interesting to see where things go from here.