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NBA free agency: What adding Lonzo Ball means for the Chicago Bulls

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Perkins loves Lonzo's fit with the Bulls (1:06)

Kendrick Perkins reacts to Lonzo Ball reportedly heading from New Orleans to Chicago in a sign-and-trade agreement. (1:06)

What kind of value are the Chicago Bulls getting with a four-year, $85 million deal to land Lonzo Ball as part of a sign-and-trade with the New Orleans Pelicans?

Shortly after the start of the NBA's free agency moratorium Monday, the two sides and Ball agreed to a sign-and-trade that gave Chicago the ability to stay over the cap while adding one of the top free agents on the market. The Bulls also avoid having to sweat out a decision by the Pelicans on whether to match, adding Ball immediately.

Let's take a look at how Ball fits in Chicago and how the Bulls' roster is shaping up for 2021-22.