The Bulls are banking on revitalizing Parker's career, restoring him to top condition and fulfilling his promise as the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 National Basketball Association draft. He returned for 31 games and averaged 12.6 points and 4.9 rebounds. Parker played in just 31 games a year ago. Parker has shown the promise to be an elite scorer in the league.
The deal could be finalized as early as Sunday, and it is not expected that the Milwaukee Bucks will match an offer sheet, reports ESPN. "The Bucks, according to several sources, have been feverish trying to trade one of their higher-paid players - most notable John Henson or Matthew Dellavedova - but haven't any success". Parker is a tough guy to peg, because all he needs is for one team to think his upside overshadows his injury history and he's going to be in for a big payday.
Chelsea part ways with Conte
Chelsea FC will be looking to at least break back into the top four next season after their disappointing campaign last term. The report claimed that Sarri will be announced as the new Chelsea manager within the next 48 hours.
HTC to roll out first blockchain smartphone in 3Q18
The smartphone revolution in the world just got a little bigger with the introduction of the blockchain-powered Exodus Smartphone. HTC claims that each phone serves as its own blockchain node, part of the network that helps secure blockchain systems.