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The Bulls and Jabari Parker must wade through their issues to find the right fit

In the four months since he signed a two-year, $40 million contract that contains a team option for next season, Jabari Parker has expressed excitement about playing for his hometown team and eagerness to restore the Bulls to championship heights.

In his 15 games so far, including the five-game preseason schedule, Parker has played many roles: starting small forward, backup power forward, starting power forward.

Any attempt to judge Parker's season

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