‘2023 free agent’ Nikola Vucevic “Remaining in Chicago comes first”

Vucevic wants to wear a Chicago uniform next season as well.

In an interview with NBC Sports Chicago on the 16th (hereinafter Korean time), Nikola Vucevic of the Chicago Bulls expressed his desire to play in Chicago next season.

After moving to Chicago from Orlando through a trade in February 2021, Vucevic’s 12th NBA season, which has been active in Chicago for two and a half seasons, was the last 15 days when Chicago knelt down to Miami in the 8th seed match of the play-in tournament. and ended 

Vucevic, who averaged 17.6 points, 11.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists this season and led the team’s attack along with Dermar DeRozan and Jack Lavin, will become a free agent at the end of this season. Along with James Harden and Kyrie Irving, he is considered one of the hottest listings this summer. 

Regarding his future, Vucevic replied, “I think staying in Chicago is my priority. I want to stay with the team if the conditions permit.

Vucevic continued, “A free agent contract is not simply about going to the team that pays the most money. It’s a time to think complexly, especially if it’s my career right now. Family and three children are important, but I’m not sure if I’m a good fit for the team and how much chance I have of winning. We have to look into it,” he added. 

Having been selected as an All-Star in 2019 and 2021, Vucevic is one of the most accurate shooting big men in the league. Without him, who scored 34.9% of 3-pointers this season, the average number of successful 3-pointers per game is 10.4, which is the lowest in the league.

However,스포츠토토 the weakness of not having a talent for rim protection is clear, and even in the final match of the play-in tournament against Miami, the clear limit, such as being completely pushed away from the physical fight with the snake Adebayo, held the ankle at an important moment and Chicago left Vucevic on the team. Not sure if you want to 

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