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14 July 2018, 08:31 | Charlene Valdez
Parker, the second-overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, is now a restricted free agent, though, the Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly not keen on matching any offer the former Duke Blue Devil star will get this offseason.
Fans in the area flocked to the court and Parker played in some pick-up games with those that showed up.
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.
Their roster could use help at small forward too, considering the lineup most often used by Chicago featured Denzel Valentine at small forward. His best season came in 2016-17 when he averaged 20.1 points and 6.2 rebounds in 51 games. It has been reported that team officials have even discussed the possibility of pulling the qualifying offer they presented his agent back in June.
The deal could be finalized as early as Sunday, and it is not expected that the Milwaukee Bucks will match an offer sheet, reports ESPN. Don't be surprised if they try to bring Parker home.
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