The Chicago Bulls are looking for a suitor for Jabari Parker. Here are some options they should consider
According to Stefan Bondy, who covers the New York Knicks for the New York Daily News, the Knicks are interested in acquiring Chicago Bulls forward Jabari Parker. According to Bondy, the Knicks are looking to include Enes Kanter in a trade package that would have to involve three teams.
The Knicks according to Bondy would have a “snag in the framework…trying to find a third team to take Kanter… and it’s unclear if talks ever got off the ground.” Bondy went on to discuss the posible swap of “Kanter for Zach Randolph and Kosta Koufos.”
That being said, if the Bulls can complete a deal with the New York Knicks to acquire Jabari Parker, it would be interesting to see who that third team would be in the deal. The Bulls made a mistake signing Jabari Parker and now they are trying to find a taker, who would want him.
Jim Boylen needs to give Jabari Parker more minutes to increase his trade value. It’s a waste of both space and money. There are several teams that can get involved with the deal, but who would be the best trade partner? The Bulls have to find a way to clean up the mistake they made and they can do that if they find the right suitor.
In this slideshow, we will discuss possible trade options that can work in every teams favor. These two trade scenarios would involve three team trades. The Chicago Bulls, the New York Knicks, and a third team to help make the trade work in everyone’s favor. The Knicks would recieve Parker and another team would take on Kanter.
The Knicks would get rid of Kanter’s contract and the Bulls would be done with Jabari. Here are the two trade scenarios that the Bulls can possibly pull off.