The Bulls sent Derrick Rose to the Knicks, and now the team needs a point guard.
Chicago is in a rebuild, and from an outsiders perspective, it’s unclear as to what direction the Bulls are taking.
The team still has Jimmy Butler…but not much else.
Perhaps Chicago’s front office views Delly as someone who can play starter’s minutes for $8-$9 million per season.
And considering 34-year-old Jose Calderon would be the team’s starting point guard if the season started today, it’s not crazy to think about Delly as a starter in the NBA.
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Coach Fred Hoiberg recently tried to downplay the need of having a traditional ball handler, because the Bulls have have a few players capable of handing the ball that don’t necessarily fit the traditional point guard role.
Perhaps he’s just trying to prepare the fan base for what’s sure to be a down season in Chicago next season.
Ultimately, with how the roster stands right now, Delly would make the Bulls better.
The Bulls are projected to have $24 million available because of the cap spike, according to Comcast Sports Network. There’s plenty to lure Delly west, if that’s the franchise’s wish.
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