Chicago Bulls Most Likely to Be Traded Before the Deadline

January 21st, 2016 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »

The Chicago Bulls have had a pretty tumultuous start to the year, and much of what is happening impacts what they may do before the trade deadline on Feb. 18.

Already an up-and-down squad, consistently winning against good teams while getting beaten by horrible ones, the Bulls took a major hit to the soul when they learned they had likely lost Joakim Noah for the season because of surgery on a separated shoulder.

Even the subject of what direction they should move is now up in the air. Nick Friedell of ESPN argues for cashing out, and Kevin Ding of Bleacher Report counters that the Bulls still have the means to make it work. Sean Highkin, also from Bleacher Report, concludes that it probably doesn’t much matter because the Bulls aren’t getting better by trade, regardless.  

Adrian Wojnarowski revealed on his Vertical podcast in December that the Bulls were looking for a trade, naming the likes of Taj Gibson or pre-injury Noah as a potential trade chip (h/t BullsBlogger at Blog a Bull for the transcript):

Executives around the league and people have told me, that the Bulls are very determined t ...

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