Goran Dragic Finds A Home With Eastern Conference Contender

The Goran Dragic-Luka Doncic Dream is dead. Again. Now moving on to his 4th team in the last calendar year (5th if you include San Antonio), free agent Dragic has signed on with the Chicago Bulls for the 2022-23 season.

It's a one-year, minimum deal for $2.9M for the 36-year-old, as he tries once again to chase a ring with another Eastern Conference contender. 

Dragic joins an extremely deep backcourt in Chicago, with Zack LaVine, Lonzo Ball, Alex Caruso, Coby White and Ayo Dosunmu. 

Dragic, at this point in the calendar in 2021, was still a member of the Miami Heat. Since then, he's been sign-and-traded to the Toronto Raptors, traded again to the San Antonio Spurs, waived by the Spurs, signed with the Brooklyn Nets, become a free agent, and now signed with the Bulls. 

Ever since he left Miami, it was almost a foregone conclusion that he would end up joining his Slovenian National Team partner Luka Doncic on the Dallas Mavericks. But it has never materialized.

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