Parker has spent each of his first four seasons in the National Basketball Association in Milwaukee, but there's a big probability that he will have to put his Bucks uniform in the closet for good with the Bulls seemingly taking an aggressive approach in trying to acquire the former Duke Blue Devils star.
The good news for Parker is that the restricted free agent market for a ton of players has been awfully slow, so his patience might be rewarded. Milwaukee can match any contract he signs.
Parker, the No. 2 pick in the 2014 National Basketball Association draft, has averaged 15.3 points and 5.5 rebounds over four seasons. He had his best season in 2016-17 - averaging 20 points, six rebounds and almost three assists in 50 games before suffering another knee injury.
Parker, a Chicago native, has torn his ACL in his left knee twice during his career.
Parker is a career 35.2 percent 3-point shooter.
The Kings signed Bulls restricted free agent Zach LaVine to a four-year, $80 million offer sheet last week.