Zach LaVine urged to improve for sake of Chicago Bulls offense

Through the early stages of the Chicago Bulls season, things haven’t been going well. The Bulls have struggled on both ends of the court en route to a 2-5 record, but their offense has been the bigger problem. As a team, Chicago is shooting 43.8% from the field (27th in the NBA) and 30.6% from deep (27th in the NBA).

And despite his status as a two-time All-Star, Zach LaVine hasn’t done much to help Chicago’s offensive woes. In fact, he’s been a part of the problem. LaVine is averaging 22.3 points but shooting just 40.8% from the floor and 31.5% from distance despite taking the most shots on the team at 18.6 per game.

The Chicago Bulls Central YouTube channel recently discussed why LaVine has to be better for the sake of the team’s offense.

What will it take for LaVine and the Bulls to turn things around?

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire