CHICAGO (AP) — Jabari Parker recalled playing on the court with the Chicago Bulls’ logo as a young child.
It was at the James Jordan Boys and Girls Club where his dad was a supervisor and not the nearby United Center. But it sure felt big time to him.
“It was like our United Center, that gym,” he said.
Now, the United Center is his home arena.
Parker agreed Saturday to a $ 40 million, two-year contract with the Bulls, hoping he can get his promising career back on tr…