The Chicago Bulls are looking to upgrade their roster via the buyout market as they gear up for a playoff push. The Bulls have been linked to floor general Russell Westbrook ever since the Lakers traded him to the Jazz in a three-team deal last week. But a recent rumor indicates that should the Bulls miss out on Westbrook, they will target two other point guards on the buyout market, John Wall and Patrick Beverley, per an article from NBC Sports Chicago:

“If the Bulls don’t add Westbrook, John Wall and Patrick Beverley are names to monitor. A source told NBC Sports Chicago’s K.C. Johnson that the Bulls have been in contact with representatives of both Wall and Beverley. The Bulls will need to waive a player to create a roster spot, and their current focus on point guards calls into question the future of Goran Dragic.