2. Duncan Robinson
The Chicago Bulls currently have only one player on the roster listed as a small forward. They have plenty of shooting guards they can move over to the wing spot, but adding some depth there would make sense.
One player they could target is Miami Heat sharpshooter, Duncan Robinson. Robinson is a restricted free agent but the team could acquire him in a sign-and-trade. Power forward Lauri Markkanen could be someone the team sends to Miami in a swap.
Robinson would be a good addition to the Bulls’ roster with his elite 3-point shooting. The Bulls were 19th in offensive rating last season and improving from the 3-point line would help set them in the right direction.
Chicago finished 13th in the NBA in 3-point percentage last season, 16th in 3-pointers made and 17th in 3-pointers attempted. Duncan Robinson would instantly improve all three of those stats and could help push Chicago toward the top-10. He is a 42.3 percent shooter in his career and averages 3.3 3-pointers made per game during his career.
Robinson has also made strides defensively and is continuing to work hard on that end of the court. The transition to what Billy Donovan is running in Chicago would be a seamless transition for Duncan Robinson coming from Heat Culture.