Bulls throw in 16 and 26 pick in this years draft.
Portland gives bulls 2010 draft pick.
What ya'll think?
Trading Sergio or Rudy? It's either one or the other, not both.
To Bulls: #7th Pick from Golden State (Draft a BIG)
To Golden State: #16 from Chicago (Draft a PG) and #26 from Chicago (Draft a Wing Player)
* Both those players are liked by Golden State and could fall to them with this trade. DeJuan Blair is liked by the Bulls, but unless they move ahead of Toronto, Milwaukee, New Jersey, Indiana and Phoenix they probably can't get him.
Here a nice 3-Team Trade that could benefit all teams involved.
To Bulls: Chris Bosh, Jason Kapono, and Julian Wright
To Raptors: David West, Luol Deng and a 1st Round Pick (Hornets)
To Hornets: Ben Gordon and Tyrus Thomas
Here's a straight up deal that works:
To Bulls: Amar'e Stoudemire, Alando Tucker and a 2nd Round Pick
To Suns: Luol Deng, Tyrus Thomas and Tim Thomas
I think this could work as well.
To Bulls: Amar'e Stoudemire, Alando Tucker, Mike Miller and the 18th Pick from Minnesota
To Suns: Luol Deng, Tyrus Thomas, Tim Thomas and the 28th Pick from Minnesota
To T-Wolves: Kirk Hinrich
How about this trade?
Sacramento- Kevin Martin and 4th overall
Bulls- Hinrich, Gray and 16th and 26th overall picks
Sac would get a PG and more picks to make other moves with. Chi would get a SG to replace Gordon and a top 5 pick. They could keep and take a big man ( Hill, Thabeet) or trade it to a team that wants it and add more players ( Chi-4th pick to Dal for 22nd pick, pick in 2010 and Hollins and etc)
I can't see that happening. Last I heard, they have no desire to trade Martin, Thompson or Hawes. Plus, Hinrich, #16 and #26 isn't equal value, at least not in my opinion.
Those trades were actually good for both or all three teams! Usually the proposed trades on this site are always so one sided, based on the team they like. I take it you are a bulls fan.
I agree with pittbulls actually. The trade for Martin and the #4 pick is not of equal value from the Kings standpoint. If ever this is even offered, I am sure the Bulls would take it immediately because its a steal of a deal from their perspective. Hinrich, Gray, 16 & 26 would be sufficient (or a bit too much) for EITHER Martin or the #4, but not for both. If we break it down, Martin for Hinrich, 16 & 26 might be a workable deal or even Hinrich and 16th. That leaves you with Gray and the 26th pick for the 4th pick. No way you do this if you're the Kings.
Won't be traded for a draft pick ... he is there only consistent 2 guard... why do so many people think Sacramento should give away there only 3 reliable players for some other teams unreliable players or a draft pick..
The Bulls have John Salmons who is a 2 guard who shifts between the 2 and 3 ... so they don't NEED to fill the spot with another starter...
Bulls: Shaquille O'Neal
Suns: Brad Miller, Tim Thomas, and the 16th pick
Why would the Bulls give up a young Tyrus Thomas for a soon to be retired Shaq? That doesn't make much sense, sorry. If anything, they will try to package Tyrus Thomas to get Chris Bosh or Amar'e Stoudemire.
* See TRADES above
Chad Ford believes that a trade is brewing in Chicago given the fact they drafted two players similar to Luol Deng and Tyrus Thomas. He definitely thinks Tyrus Thomas is on his way out of Chicago. When asked about Chris Bosh, he felt as though the Bulls might offer up Tyrus Thomas, the rights to James Johnson and Ben Gordon in a sign-and-trade for Chris Bosh.
WOW toronto should take that immediately