Three games in the Las Vegas Summer League is not exactly a tell-all of what Coby White’s Chicago Bulls career will look like. We’re not going to find out what White really is until the games start counting and he’s up against real NBA players (even if they’re primarily backups).
Like an oasis in the desert, basketball is here, if only for a few short weeks. I’ll take what I can get.
Summer league is just getting started up, and the Bulls have played two games already, winning one against the Lakers and losing to a depleted Cavaliers team.
How much is some point guard insurance worth?
For the Bulls, the magic number is $9 million. Nulling the qualifying offer they extended to him earlier this month, the Bulls extended Ryan Arcidiacono on a three-year, $9 million deal that will keep him as a Bull through the 2021-22 season.
The Chicago Bulls have reportedly agreed to terms with free agent forward Thaddeus Young.
First reported by Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, the Bulls and Young have verbally agreed to three-year, $41 million terms. According to multiple reports, the deal will include team protections, possibly a team option, on the third year of the contract.
Put in your day-off requests from work, stock up on reaction gifs, and double-check your internet connection.
Because NBA free agency officially kicks off on Sunday. And with the volume of NBA free agents poised to change teams, this summer promises to be one of the most exciting free agencies to date.