While Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine has said he would like to be sent to Philadelphia if he ends up being moved in a trade, his teammate DeMar DeRozen doesn't feel the same way about the City of Brotherly Love.

According to Sam Amick of The Athletic, DeRozan would prefer to be traded to New York or Miami, if he moved by the Bulls.

When it comes to possible destinations, the Heat and Knicks are known to be preferable to DeRozan if he winds up getting moved.

The Bulls are just 6-14 entering Saturday, but haven't taken calls on DeRozan or teammate Alex Caruso yet.  However, they are willing to move LaVine, but have yet to receive much of a market for him according to ESPN's NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski.

“There is not a market for Zach LaVine right now in the NBA. That’s not because Chicago has not tried to find it, and aren’t currently trying to find it."

Woj mentioned a few obsolesces in making a deal for LaVine currently, his bloated contract, which has four more years at around $46 million per season, coupled with his play. While his numbers appear to be good, he is not a great defensive player and teams question the level of impact he has on winning games at that price tag.

While the Bulls want to move LaVine, they don't want to just give him away, they want to get value back in return.

It doesn't help that LaVine has been bothered by right foot soreness, causing him to miss games.

DeRozan, who has also been bothered by a left ankle sprain, is averaging 21.3 points, 4.6 assists, 3.2 rebounds, and 35.3 minutes in 18 games so far this season.  He also is an attractive trade piece due to his expiring contract, making him a free agent in the offseason.

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