3 Bulls Who Won't Survive the 2024 Trade Deadline

With the 2023-24 NBA trade deadline rapidly approaching, don't be surprised if these three Chicago Bulls are longer in the Windy City after Feb. 8.

Zach LaVine is one of three Chicago Bulls who likely won't survive the trade deadline.
Zach LaVine is one of three Chicago Bulls who likely won't survive the trade deadline. / John Jones-USA TODAY Sports
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2. Alex Caruso, SG/PG

Alex Caruso is another name that's been involved in the rumor mill due to the Bulls' struggles throughout the season.

The versatile guard is a popular target for contenders due to his ability to do a bit of everything. Caruso knows how to fill up the stat sheet, averaging 10.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.3 steals, 1.0 blocks, and 1.8 threes on 41.5% shooting across 40 games. He also only carries a $9.46 million cap hit this season and $9.89 next year, making him a steal for what he brings to the table.

Even though some reports suggest that Caruso is untouchable, that might not be the case after all. Yahoo Sports' Jake Fischer reports that the 29-year-old could be available for "multiple first-round picks," it just remains to be seen if a team is willing to pay that price.

Having said that, if at least one team values Caruso as much as the Bulls do and has the draft capital to pull a deal off, don't be surprised if the College Station, TX native is wearing another team's jersey in a few weeks.