The Chicago Bulls remain hopeful Zach LaVine will re-sign with them during his free agency.
Arturas Karnisovas has been consistent in saying publicly the organization wants to keep LaVine. And he did it again on Monday.
"We hope Zach is here for a long time, and nothing changed," Karnisovas said.
LaVine's four-year, $78 million contract is up and will be an unrestricted free agent for the first time of his career. LaVine signed that offer sheet as a restricted free agent, which was matched by the Bulls.
The Bulls can offer a max contract worth about $212 million. The most he can get from another team is approximately $157 million over four years.