215 million All-Stars have become outcasts, 29 teams don't want him, and 3 major weaknesses are released
On December 2, Beijing time, NBA Hall of Fame Woj reported on the show that the Bulls have not found any team in the trade market that is really interested in LaVine. In the summer of last year, LaVine also got the treatment of the Bulls' 5-year top salary + player option as the team's star of the team, but now LaVine has become an "outcast" that the league does not want with his poor performance, which is really embarrassing.
Woj analyzed that after investigating LaVine's trade market, the Bulls believed that LaVine did not have a market for several reasons. The first is that LaVine has 4 years left on his contract, while the annual salary is between 45 million and 46 million. Secondly, LaVine is plagued by frequent injuries. Third, LaVine's influence on the game is mediocre. Many teams will wonder if they should pay so much for the team's third-best player. Not to mention, the bull has a high asking price for him, and even wants to eat Reeves and Hachimura at the same time.
However, earlier, the Bulls officially announced that LaVine will miss a week due to a foot injury. This season, LaVine averaged 21 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game, a six-season low. At the same time, LaVine's shooting percentage of only 44.3% is also a new low in six seasons, and the 33.6% three-point shooting is a career-low low. In the just-concluded game between the Bulls and the Bucks, without LaVine and DeRozan, the Bulls won the game in an upset, and the team showed a very good style. This makes Raven's situation even more embarrassing.
Previously, LaVine seemed to have a next home he wanted to go to, including teams such as the Lakers, Kings, and Spurs. The Knicks seem to have some interest in him as well. But Woj's report undoubtedly poured cold water on Lavin. Woj also said that if the Bulls want to get a good return, LaVine needs to play well to prove his trade worth.