Chicago Bulls: 3 potential landing spots for Jabari Parker

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2. Cleveland Cavaliers

Another potential option for Parker could be a division rival in the Cleveland Cavaliers. Having produced only seven wins through their first 30 games, the Cavaliers are pretty much in the same boat as the Bulls in terms of being one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference.

On the flip side of the coin, Kevin Love is still on the mend from foot surgery and may not return until sometime in January. Taking this into consideration, Parker could player at his natural position until Love returns to the lineup and then he could be utilized as a potential scoring option off the bench, similar to what his role was in Chicago before he was demoted.

Coming off the bench may not be a desirable for Parker, but he would see more playing time than the seven combined minutes he received in the Bulls’ last two games.

Secondly, Parker would be a decent acquisition for a team that is obviously in rebuild mode and even more important, if Parker can prove to be a viable fit, the Cavs would be more than happy to bring him back next season.