How meaningful was it that the Chicago Bulls re-signed Zach LaVine?
Well, according to Bleacher Report, it was significant enough for the team to square an offseason that’s left many of its fans wanting more.
In a piece written by Grant Hughes on July 8, the Bulls were one of five teams to earn a “B” grade for their transactions this summer. In addition to re-signing LaVine and Derrick Jones Jr., the Bulls signed Andre Drummond and Goran Dragic in free agency. Chicago also added via the draft, selecting Dalen Terry with the 18th overall pick.
The Celtics, Sixers, Jazz, and Rockets were the only teams to receive A’s.
Meanwhile, the Hornets (D+) were the only team to come away with less than a passing grade.
This news may not do much to soothe the frustrations of a fan base that was promised rim protection and more shooting. But it’s interesting nonetheless.
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