Chicago Bulls: 3-team trades to consider heading into 2020 NBA Draft

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Trade No. 2

Count this as one of the more intriguing deals that could go down. The Atlanta Hawks are wanting to add pieces in order to compete right now, and have been one of the teams which Russell Westbrook has said he’d want to play for when traded.

In this instance, though, Westbrook is left out of the conversation. For Atlanta, they would get the young big man from New York in Mitchell Robinson, as well as New York’s selection at no. 8. Atlanta would move back just two spots while getting an efficient center like Robinson who is just 22 years old. Fun fact about Robinson: He led the league in field goal percentage last year at 74.2 percent.

The Knicks are a team which has wanted to move up in the draft as well, and they would move halfway up from their spot at no. 8 to the no. 4 pick, courtesy of Chicago. New York would also get guard Tomas Satoransky from the Bulls, who seemingly have far too many guards at all times.

Then, there’s the Bulls, who move back just two spots to no. 6 from Atlanta, and they also get young swing man Cam Reddish from the Hawks.

While Reddish isn’t a guarantee to pan out as their small forward of the future, he’s a better option than Hutchison would be goin into the next few years.