The season is now officially over for Zach LaVine and his Chicago Bulls, and some attention will be turning to teams that have available money to poach him -- one of those being the San Antonio Spurs.
It was an unfortunate end to an injury-riddled season for Chicago, as LaVine entered health and safety protocols shortly before their elimination Game 5 on Wednesday against Milwaukee. Now, the Bulls will have a big question to answer this summer as their two-time NBA All-Star hits unrestricted free agency.
Per Bobby Marks' offseason guide for Chicago (subscription required), LaVine is now free to sign with any team that has a $36.6 million max slot available without the Bulls having the option to match. That list currently consists of just five teams: the Pistons, Pacers, Magic, Trail Blazers, and Spurs.
I recently broke down what the Spurs would need to do to create the necessary cap space for the 26-year-old, but the next question to address is whether San Antonio should actually pull the trigger on such an offer.
Before jumping into thoughts from me and the team, let's hear some things you all had to say via our Air Alamo Twitter post.