A $215 million star is sent to the Lakers in a proposed "all-in" trade.

The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly considering a blockbuster trade for Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine, with NBA analyst Andy Bailey suggesting a three-team deal involving the Oklahoma City Thunder. 

In the proposed trade, the Lakers would acquire Zach LaVine and Thunder guard Aaron Wiggins, sending out D’Angelo Russell, Rui Hachimura, Jalen Hood-Schifino, and a 2029 first-round pick. 

The Chicago Bulls would receive D’Angelo Russell, Davis Bertans, Jalen Hood-Schifino, a 2024 first-round pick from the Thunder (via Clippers), a 2026 second-rounder, and a 2029 first-round pick from the Lakers. 

The Oklahoma City Thunder's part in the trade involves receiving Rui Hachimura and former Lakers big man Andre Drummond. 

The Lakers, currently at a 22-23 record and the No. 9 seed in the Western Conference, are looking for solutions to improve their performance this season. 

Despite trade rumors, ESPN's Dave McMenamin reported on January 23, 2024, that Zach LaVine is not considered a viable option for the Lakers due to concerns about his injuries, lack of team success in Chicago, and the substantial guaranteed money in his contract. 

The Lakers have until the NBA trade deadline on February 8 to make a final decision on potential trades. 

The reported reasons for the Lakers passing on Zach LaVine include his injury history, lack of team success in Chicago, and the significant financial commitment involved in his contract. 

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