Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine has had a great and busy offseason. He had some grueling workouts with his father, supported his teammates during NBA Summer League and even took some batting practice with former NL MVP Kris Bryant. But the best part of LaVine's busy offseason was a very, very cool gift from his parents.
‘68 Pontiac LeMans as a gift from Mom&Dad. It's MEAN😤 https://t.co/IV018KDwxF
— Zach LaVine (@ZachLaVine) July 17, 2019
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LaVine's mom and dad gifted him a 1968 Pontiac LeMans, a rare and very collectible vehicle.
Bulls fans were first exposed to LaVine's love of classic cars last season when he discussed his infatuation with the stable of classic vehicles owned by Jabari Parker.
With his ‘68 Pontiac LeMans now in tow, LaVine is well on his way to amassing his own impressive collection. He has a reputation in league circles for being an extremely hard worker already but there is no doubt that this awesome gift from his parents will serve as a little extra motivation as the 2019-20 season nears.
Zach LaVines parents surprised him with an amazing gift this offseason originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago