Chicago Bulls: 3 players whose future with the team is doomed

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The Chicago Bulls have made a lot of changes this year, and there will be more to come.

The rumor mill will forever spin this offseason for the Chicago Bulls. For the first time in a long duration, the Bulls are amidst a huge organizational change and there is hope. Life was breathed back into the room when the team decided to finally end the Gar Forman and John Paxson era.

In came the fresh face of Arturas Karnisovas from the Denver Nuggets who will now be the main decision-maker for Chicago as their new Vice President of basketball operations. Quickly hiring Marc Eversley as his general manager and stealing him away from the Philadelphia 76ers, Karnisovas looked like a man with a plan.

Now, the tandem brings in Billy Donovan to coach the Bulls and suddenly Chicago looks much, much differently than it did a few short months ago. The Bulls completely flipped the script on their organization’s future and, more importantly, public appearance.

No longer will this team be a joke. No longer will free agents give Chicago the cold shoulder. These three are here for one reason and one reason only — to win games.

But, in the process of building a roster which will eventually compete, the Bulls will say goodbye to some players over the next couple of years. Eversley has stated he is open to making some deals, and no one should be surprised by any player being moved from this roster.

Whether it’s via a midseason trade or the team simply not bringing the player back, there are a few names which could be doomed in Chicago. The following three players very well could be gone before the 2021-2022 season begins.