The Los Angeles Lakers have discussed a deal involving Kentavious Caldwell-Pope moving to the Chicago Bulls for Jabari Parker, according to Brian Windhorst.
"Caldwell-Pope is available and has been floated out there for some spots. One place that they have talked to, now I’m not saying this deal is going to get done, but one place they have talked to is Chicago for Jabari Parker. … The Bulls really like Caldwell-Pope," said Windhorst on his "Brian Windhorst & The Hoop Collective" podcast.
Caldwell-Pope, on a 1-year deal worth $12 million, would have to waive his no-trade clause to make the deal work. Parker, making $20 million this season, has a team option worth $20 million for next year.