Chicago Bulls: 5 realistic 2019 draft night trade partners

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Teague averaged 12.1 points, 8.2 assists, 2.5 rebounds, one steal in 30.1 minutes per game and went 23-19 with him on the floor. Teague has played in 112 games, starting in 111, and averaged 13.4 points and 7.5 assists per game with Minnesota in two seasons.

Bulls receive: No. 11 overall pick, Jeff Teague, cash considerations

Timberwolves receive: No. 7 overall pick, 2020 second round pick, Denzel Valentine

I think Teague would provide the Bulls offense a desperate upgrade and a veteran like him that can operate an offense and run the floor would be fun to watch.

A starting lineup of Teague, LaVine, Porter Jr., Markkenen, Carter Jr. with Dunn, Ryan Arcidiacono, Wayne Selden, Felicio off the bench in addition to either first-round picks Reddish/Doumbouya/Hayes and a second round pick, plus a low-end veteran or two via free agency sounds like a slightly improved to me.

There are certainly better trade opportunities out there for the Bulls then dealing with Minnesota but there are teams like the Pelicans asking for too much and the Celtics giving too little so the Timberwolves may have to do once again.

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