Chicago Bulls: 3 wild trade possibilities for 2020 NBA Draft

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The 2020 NBA Draft could be one of the most unpredictable in recent memory, especially for the Chicago Bulls.

We are a little over a month away from the 2020 NBA Draft, and every team is now in offseason mode. The Chicago Bulls have been there for a while, but now that the Los Angeles Lakers have been crowned champions in the bubble, this unorthodox season is finally over.

The Bulls have been on their full-on offseason grind for quite some time now, totally renovating the organization from top to bottom. Bringing in Arturas Karnisovas as Vice President was the first move to kick things off, and immediately energized fans.

For the first time in years, Bulls fans were and still are incredibly excited and hopeful with a guy like Karnisovas at the helm. After all, bringing him in meant the exit of John Paxson, who was ultimately followed by Gar Forman.

Now, the team is under new direction with Karnisovas and his general manager Marc Eversley, and the 2020 NBA Draft should bring both these guys plenty of work.

The Chicago Bulls brass has an intriguing first draft to prepare for.

This year’s draft class is unlike most. It’s likely not going to result in a superstar player. Prospects like LaMelo Ball, James Wiseman and Anthony Edwards could go in the top three and may end up panning out as quality players. But, none of them scream “superstar.”

Funny enough, the Bulls moved up to no. 4 in the lottery and could see those three vanish before they pick. That’s when the draft begins. It’s going to be an interesting night with the teams plucking from a weaker-than-normal draft class.

Could the Bulls make a big move that night? With Eversley recently saying he’s more interested in a “retool” than another rebuild, it’s certainly in the realm of possibilities. Let’s look at a couple of polarizing moves the Bulls could pull off on draft night if they so choose.