Micic, 27, is a 6-foot-6 guard and was selected by the 76ers in the second round (No. 52 overall) of the 2014 draft. His draft rights were traded to the Thunder in December, and a recent report indicates he is on the Bulls’ radar.Per Mozzart Sport, the Bulls could potentially make a move for Micic before the NBA Draft in late July.
“Recently, Micic’s agent mentioned to Novosti that he won’t allow Micic to head to the NBA just to be a bench player and if he doesn’t get guarantees that there isn’t a ‘good and right’ situation waiting for the guard, then he will postpone his NBA debut,” EuroHoops relayed.
Micic was named MVP of both regular season and Final Four MVP after leading Turkish club Anadolu Efes to the first EuroLeague title in club history.
The Bulls finished 31-41 under first-year coach Billy Donovan and executive vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas is looking to upgrade the roster.