Caron Butler for Kirk Hinrich: A Move the Chicago Bulls Should Strongly Consider

January 5th, 2010 by Josh Herman Leave a reply »
Recently it's been rumored that the Washington Wizards are interested in trading former All-Star Caron Butler for longtime Chicago Bulls point guard Kirk Hinrich.

While Washington star guard Gilbert Arenas has the team reminiscing about past mascots, the Wizards have began openly talking about dumping a star player in order to get some sort of order back to such a distraught organization.

Butler and current leading scorer Antawn Jamison have both been rumored to be on the trading block as long as the Wizards can find some guys that don't like to shoot, per se.

And what better person and leader is there to try to organize a team than Kirk Hinrich?

Throughout his time with the Bulls, he has played with all kinds of personalities and egos including Tyson Chandler, Eddy Curry, Ben Gordon, Tyrus Thomas, Joakim Noah, Larry Hughes, and Ben Wallace.

He's been through five head coaches (including Pete Myers' three games).

After five consistent seasons that saw him average double digits in points and at least six assists per game, he was reduced to sitting the bench behind 2008 top overall pick Derrick Rose, and yet not ...

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