Parker, who has spent his first four National Basketball Association seasons with the Bucks, is now a restricted free agent.
Parker is a restricted free agent, which gives the Milwaukee Bucks matching rights.
The Bulls are banking on revitalizing Parker's career, restoring him to top condition and fulfilling his promise as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 National Basketball Association draft.
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In terms of potential suitors for Parker, the Bulls seem like a legitimately good fit. Last season, he returned to action after a lengthy recovery period from his second ACL injury and put up 12.6 points and 4.9 rebounds in 31 games for the Bucks. Parker's inability to play the 3 limits the number of teams with a positional need for him. Parker has shown the promise to be an elite scorer in the league.
Parker has averaged 17.9 points, 6.4 rebounds and 1.1 steals per 36 minutes during his career. Maybe the Milwaukee Bucks chose to give Parker a sizable deal, or maybe another team will swoop in and pay the 25-year-old wing. 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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