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NBA West Team Is Named As ‘Team To Monitor’ For Zach LaVine

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Over the past couple of years, there have been a lot of rumors and speculation swirling around the NBA about the Chicago Bulls trying to trade star guard Zach LaVine.

Despite the seemingly endless stream of trade talks and speculation over the Bulls wanting to blow things up and start over, Chicago has been reluctant to part with arguably their best player due to trade offers from other teams not being to their liking.

Unfortunately for Chicago, the team can no longer afford to be picky when it comes to LaVine and his future with the team, as he has become quite injury-prone and seems to be losing trade value more and more each day.

That said, the Bulls could be aggressive in their efforts to part ways with LaVine and his massive contract this summer, with the latest rumor being that the Utah Jazz could be a team to watch as a potential trade suitor for Chicago, according to KC Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago via NBA Central.

The Utah Jazz are a team to monitor for Zach LaVine, per @KCJHoop

— NBACentral (@TheDunkCentral) June 20, 2024

At one point in his career, LaVine was considered a star on the rise with a high ceiling as he was no longer just a player who could only make spectacular dunks and compete for Slam Dunk titles during NBA All-Star Weekend.

Despite the narrative shifting about LaVine since he’s been in Chicago, he hasn’t been able to stay healthy, which became all too familiar for the Bulls and prevented the team from becoming a true force to be reckoned with in the Eastern Conference.

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