7 Bulls who definitely won't be back next season

With Chicago's season over, there are a few players that we may not see back in town this fall.
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3. Torrey Craig

Joining the Bulls last summer on a two-year, $5.3 million deal, Torrey Craig departed a theoretical title contender in the Phoenix Suns to come to Chicago. Fans of the Bulls had the right to be excited about this signing, as Craig had just finished putting up a career-best 7.4 points per game, while playing the highest minutes average of his career as well.

By all accounts, Torrey was an excellent player in Phoenix in 2022-23. He put up a number of solid statistical achievements, including shooting 39% from three (higher than league average) and averaging career-highs in rebounds and assists as well.

Craig's 60 starts in 79 games played were by far the highest percentage of games he had started in over the course of one season since entering the league, and it was also the most overall games he had appeared in as a pro as well. Torrey was supposed to provide a legitimate boost to the Bulls' rotation.

But instead, he took a bit of a step back and was not nearly as big a factor as many thought he would be. With a player option for next season on his contract, Torrey has until June 29 to decide where he wants to be for the 2024-25 season.