Grant Hill re-signed with the Phoenix Suns for a one-year, 6.5 million contract but not before weighing out his options, including the Bulls.
The San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks and Boston Celtics all made offers to Hill but the Bulls definitely made an impact.
"It was an interesting conversation," Hill told the Arizona Republic. "It was very tempting. They're doing a great job here. It's a great sports town. They definitely were in the picture, and it took serious consideration on my part."
Do you think Hill will regret his decision? The Bulls have the best record in the NBA for the second straight year and the Suns are 4-9, losing five in a row.
The 6-foot-8 forward averaged 13.2 points and 3.1 rebounds per game in 80 games last season. Do you think the Bulls could have used him? Did he make the wrong choice?
On this edition of the Bulls Talk podcast, Mark Schanowski and Kendall Gill are joined by Darnell Mayberry.
0:45 On chances Bulls trade up to 4 or 5
2:00 On Darius Garland and why Kendall thinks he could be better than Ja Morant
2:50 What would be the cost of moving up to 5?
4:00 On Bulls need at point guard- draft or free agency?
4:45 Odds that Coby White falls to the Bulls at 7. Darnell has concerns with White’s skill set
7:35 Will the Celtics surprise everyone and move into the top 5?
8:30 Trade scenarios involving the Pelicans
10:25 Assuming no trades, who do Bulls take at 7?
13:25 Concerns over Cam Reddish’s motor
15:30 On Jazz trade for Mike Conley, price too high?
17:50 On Bulls potential interest in Ricky Rubio (Kendall has a different veteran free agent idea….)
20:20 Darnell predicts that Derrick Rose joins LeBron and the Lakers
21:10 On Bulls interest in Malcolm Brogdon
Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player below:
Bulls Talk Podcast