Bargains, risks and role players: 10 possible free agents for the Chicago Bulls

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Isaac Okoro (Restricted free agent) 

Okoro hasn’t quite lived up to his draft status as a top-five pick in the 2020 draft (a familiar theme from that draft), but he has improved every year he’s been in the league. 

He shot over 39 percent from long range this season, is a versatile defender and a guy who can be plugged into a lot of different lineups. 

His qualifying offer is just below the mid-level, and it will be interesting to see if the Cavaliers even extend it given their need of cap space in pursuit of a Donovan Mitchell extension. 

Mo Wagner ($8 million team option) 

It’s likely that Orlando will exercise their team option, as Wagner is a quality backup who gives you double-digit scoring, decent 3-point shooting, defense and toughness off the bench. 

If they need to clear cap space to make a run at a star, Wagner could be a casualty, but it’s unlikely.