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

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Kelly Oubre Jr. (unrestricted free agent) 

Oubre Jr. bet on himself last season, taking a minimum deal to play with Philly. It worked out for him, as he averaged 15 points and five rebounds per game in a much more prominent role than expected, having some monster games for the 76ers along the way. 

He may have priced himself out of the Bulls’ range, and he’s not a perfect fit if DeMar DeRozan is there, as he’s not a great 3-point shooter. 

Oubre Jr. made just over $2 million last season, so he’s getting a raise, but how big of one is the question. 

Gary Trent Jr. (unrestricted free agent) 

I’m adding Trent Jr. here even though he’s very likely to be out of the Bulls’ price range depending on what they do. 

Trent Jr. is a solid veteran role player in his prime who can knock down the 3-point shot and defend on the perimeter. 

The Bulls may not have a big role to offer him if they have both White and LaVine on board, but if they shake up their roster, he could be an option.