Jabari Parker, Bulls working on deal

Reports Jabari Parker on verge of offer sheet from Bulls

Reports Jabari Parker on verge of offer sheet from Bulls

If Parker were to rebound well from injury and take the necessary steps in his development, the Bull's decision to poach would rank as one of the shrewdest moves in National Basketball Association history, but lets not get ahead of ourselves.

Their roster could use help at small forward too, considering the lineup most often used by Chicago featured Denzel Valentine at small forward.

Despite suffering multiple ACL injuries, Parker has shown several glimpses of the very good player he could become. The Chicago native averaged 20.1 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game during the 2016-17 season for the Bucks, though he only played in 51 games. He entered the league with a questionable outside shot, but he has also steadily improved his 3-point shooting over the past two seasons.

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.

According to Gerry Woelfl of The Journal Times, while the Bulls and Parker are seemingly headed towards an inevitable partnership, there are other teams looking to intercept that deal by showing interest in the versatile forward. It seems that the Bulls are preparing to make a splash in the next few days, as reported by KC Johnson.