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At the trade deadline, Bulls “inquired” about a $25 million former Top 10 pick.

The Chicago Bulls faced yet another quiet trade deadline this year. It included guarantees on the attempts to enlarge the current core group.

Among those attempts was the pursuit of a trade for forward Jonathan Kuminga of the Golden State Warriors.

NBC Sports Chicago’s K.C. Johnson reported on February 8 that “league sources said the Bulls inquired about Jonathan Kuminga’s availability in exploratory trade talks with the Golden State Warriors centered on [Alex] Caruso.” “It was rejected.”

In 2020, Kuminga, 21, was selected seventh overall. Ayo Dosunmu, a guard with the Bulls, was selected in the same round (No. 38 overall).

With 15.5 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game, he is averaging career highs.

“After spending the last eighteen minutes of

Yachiga Tavershima
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