Jabari Parker #12 of the Milwaukee Bucks reacts after being charged with a foul against the Atlanta Hawks at Philips Arena on November 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.
He may be leaving for Chicago but before that big announcement, former Bucks' Jabari Parker was spotted playing a game of hoops with local residents in Milwaukee's Bay View neighborhood.
The Bulls have been in talks with Parker's agent, Chicago-based Mark Bartelstein. Going further, Parker reportedly has some level of interest in heading home.
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The Bulls have waived Paul Zipser and Julyan Stone to free up salary space for Parker's arrival.
Milwaukee isn't expected to match this offer sheet, and there have been reports that they could pull his qualifying offer to allow him to become an unrestricted free agent, but this is yet to happen.
Bucks general manager Jon Horst said Parker had been made an unrestricted free agent to help facilitate the Bulls trade.
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"We appreciate everything Jabari has brought to our team and our community over the last four years and we wish him well", Horst said in a statement.
Parker, 23, has suffered two different ACL tears in his left knee during his career.
A product of the famous Simeon High School in Chicago, the Chicago Bulls signed the hometown player to a two-year, $40M deal.
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Despite the injuries, Parker has still managed to be a productive player when on the court, averaging 15.3 points per game and 5.5 rebounds per game during his time in Milwaukee. This means that Parker is officially a member of the Bulls. The Bulls want to add him to a young core that includes Lauri Markkanen, Wendell Carter, Zach Lavine and Kris Dunn.