Zach LaVine is reportedly on the trade block for the Chicago Bulls, and the Sacramento Kings are a possible suitor for the guard. LaVine’s potential move to the Kings is due to the team’s reputation for strong guard play and a dynamic offense. LaVine is averaging 21.3 points, 3.3 assists, and 5.1 rebounds per game, making him an attractive target. However, the price for acquiring LaVine is high, with trade proposals suggesting the Kings offer Harrison Barnes and Kevin Huerter as part of the deal. The Kings may also have to include multiple first-round picks and pick swaps in the trade to match LaVine’s deal. Another obstacle is Barnes’ recent contract extension, making him ineligible for trade until December 29, 2023. Despite these challenges, the possibility of a trade remains open. Additionally, there is a potential three-team trade proposal involving the Kings, the Bulls, and the Toronto Raptors, which would result in the Kings acquiring both LaVine and Pascal Siakam. This hypothetical scenario presents a significant opportunity for the Kings to strengthen their roster and sustain their recent success after ending a 16-year playoff drought.
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In Photos: Golden Knights Gift Joe Biden with Jersey and Golden Hockey Stick as Celebration of Stanley Cup Win at White House
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