One casualty of Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf's reluctance to pay the NBA's luxury tax may be sharpshooting forward Kyle Korver, whose team option for $5 million is in danger of not being picked up by Chicago's front office. If Korver is indeed let go by the Bulls, he would almost certainly be sought by a host of NBA teams looking to acquire one of the top three point shooters in the NBA.
One team that would be at the front of the line is the Brooklyn Nets, who, according to CSN, are eying Korver as the Bulls decide whether or not they can fit him in the budget. Korver, who shot 43 percent from downtown last season, spent three seasons with the Utah Jazz playing alongside new Nets cornerstone Deron Williams.
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