The Chicago Bulls fell just short of the NBA Play-In Tournament last season. They missed out on the action by two games, as they began putting things together under first-year head coach Billy Donovan a little too late into the season.
Chicago finished the season 31-41 but won five of their last seven games. The team is hopeful they can build on that while upgrading their roster around their two All-Stars, Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic, this offseason.
The Bulls made a big move acquiring Vucevic from the Orlando Magic at the trade deadline. They acquired Al-Farouq Aminu along with Vucevic, trading away Wendell Carter Jr., Otto Porter Jr., a 2021 first-round draft pick and a 2023 first-round draft pick.
After making that move, Chicago will certainly be aggressively upgrading the rest of the roster this offseason. Point guard is one area of need and the Bulls wasted no time in filling in that position. They only had one selection in the 2021 NBA Draft, picking Illinois point guard Ayo Dosunmu with the 38th overall pick.
They are certainly not done at that position and could use some upgrade on the wing as well. Chicago can make some moves in free agency or upgrade via trade. They have some pieces that will be intriguing to other teams around the NBA.
Which players could they look into acquiring now? Here are three post-draft trade targets for the Bulls.