Ben Gordon: I’ve Played My Last Game as a Bull
"I guess it’s safe to say I’ve played my last game in a Bulls uniform," Gordon said.
Gordon, who has led the Bulls in scoring the past three seasons, said his agent, Raymond Brothers, has been speaking with other teams about sign-and-trade possibilities.
"I’m pretty optimistic it’ll happen," said Gordon, who averaged 18.6 points last season. "It’s very likely."
Brothers refused to name the teams he’s spoken with, but added playing in Europe is also a possibility. He said the only certainty is Gordon will not sign the Bulls’ one-year qualifying offer of $6.4 million.
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