The Chicago Bulls should pursue these free agents from Golden StateRyan Heckmanon May 31, 2022 at 11:00 am

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With the 2022 NBA Finals set, we are just about to the end of the season. Then, the offseason work officially begins for the Chicago Bulls, starting with the draft on June 23.

This year’s Finals features what should be an entertaining matchup between the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors.

The Warriors have been there and done that, with guys like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green having plenty of Finals experience.

Going up against a team that became one of the hottest in basketball after the All Star break, in Boston, looks like a fun test for these Warriors.

The Golden State Warriors have a couple of key free agents which would fit well on the Chicago Bulls.

After the Finals are over, Golden State will have to face a reality of this offseason: they’re paying their stars a whole lot of money over the next few years. Between Curry, Thompson, Green and Andrew Wiggins, the Warriors have over $146 million committed to the books.

Guys like James Wiseman, Jordan Poole, Moses Moody and Jonathan Kuminga are also under contract. From there, the Warriors will not have a lot of cash to work with in order to fill out their roster.

Meanwhile, the Bulls face a lot of decisions and free agent situations. The Zach LaVine free agency tour will be storyline number one. But, Lonzo Ball and his health is a close second.

Chicago has a few of their own free agents to make decisions on as well, but could end up trying to replace a couple of them with better options. If the Bulls looked to a couple of the Warriors’ key free agents, they might find a perfect addition, starting in the front court.

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