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