The Chicago Bulls are landing Lonzo Ball in a sign-and-trade agreement with the New Orleans Pelicans worth four years and $85 million, his agent and Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Ball, 23, has had an up-and-down four seasons since entering the league as the No. 2 overall pick in 2017. It was hard to live up to sky-high expectations right away in Los Angeles, but once he got to New Orleans things started to settle down. As a part of the Anthony Davis trade, Ball found new shooting life with the Pelicans. After shooting 31.5% from deep and 43.7% from the line in his two seasons with the Lakers, Ball has since upped those numbers to 37.6% and 66.4%, respectively.
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