The item atop the Chicago Bulls’ to-do list this offseason is re-signing NBA All-Star Zach LaVine. While that seemed like it would be a formality at one point, people around the league are no longer so sure about that.

LaVine is going to do his due diligence in free agency, taking in all that it has to offer for the first time in his career. Chicago should still be considered the favorites to retain him, but his return isn’t as cut-and-dry as it once seemed.

The Chicago Bulls could see some more turnover in their backcourt this offseason as well. After adding Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso last year, they could look to bolster the unit once again.

Chicago used a second-round pick on Ayo Dosunmu to add some more depth, but they could have their eyes set again on Dennis Schroder.

Schroder was someone that Chicago had an interest in last offseason when he was a free agent. He was seeking a huge contract, turning down a four-year extension worth more than $80 million from the Los Angeles Lakers expecting to make more on the open market. That big contract never came, as Schroder signed a one-year, $5.9 million deal with the Boston Celtics.