Zach LaVine says Chicago Bulls thrive with veteran point guard.

Will the Chicago Bulls have a dependable point guard leading the team in the upcoming season?

Or will they continue to rely on a rotating cast of young guards with promise but little experience? Zach LaVine,

the Bulls' star wingman, is hoping that this offseason will provide an answer to that question...

...because he thinks that having a seasoned guard will be crucial to the team's success.

The uncertainty surrounding point guard Lonzo Ball's health hangs over the team like an ominous cloak.

The Bulls were among the best teams in the league thanks to him, who drove the tempo and expertly guarded opposing guards.

Things, however, haven't been the same since the former UCLA Bruin injured his knee in January 2022,