Jabari Parker was targeted by Knicks, Nets, Kings prior to landing with Bulls
The Chicago Bulls made the big-splash move this offseason by inking forward Jabari Parker to a two-year, $40 million deal to bring him to his hometown.
Although he has suffered a pair of ACL tears, Parker has shown plenty of promise to develop into a cornerstone player for the franchise. He has shown that he can be a highly-reliable scorer that has only continued to expand his game to be a more versatile offensive threat. Despite that, there are still some questions about his long-term health due to the type of injuries that he’s already suffered in his first four years in the league.
Parker has a critical campaign ahead of him where he could prove that he can finally fulfill the potential that was set forth ahead of him as being a former second overall pick.