February 16, 2018, 12:57 pm
The translation here is that both players are going to see less minutes and they need to deal with it for the benefit of a rebuilding team. Zach LaVine is getting healthier and more minutes will start going to the Bulls rookies and younger players as they prepare for the future. Holiday has been a top-100 player this season, but it seems like there’s no way he continues to get 34 minutes per game and keep up that value. Lopez has been a top-175 player and also is getting significant minutes as the Bulls’ starting center. See if you can sell Holiday to a guard needy team before his minutes start to diminish and Lopez may be a cut candidate.