The Bulls are banking on revitalizing Parker's career, restoring him to top condition and fulfilling his promise as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 National Basketball Association draft.More news: Israel wants to conquer the moon in early 2019
Parker, 23, has played his entire career thus far with the Milwaukee Bucks but could switch teams this offseason.
Despite suffering multiple ACL injuries, Parker has shown several glimpses of the very good player he could become.More news: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex joins The Queen for second balcony appearance
Parker is now a restricted free agent and the Bucks have extended him the one-year qualifying offer of $4.3 million. The forward averaged 12.6 points with 1.9 assists and 4.9 rebounds.
Parker is a career 35.2 percent 3-point shooter.More news: HTC to launch its blockchain smartphone later this year
Parker, a restricted free-agent, and the Bulls are now progressing on an offer sheet deal that the Bucks aren't expected to match, and they could have a deal finalized by Sunday, according to Wojnarowski.
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