A lot of the trade eligible pieces that the Chicago Bulls and the Hawks could move around at this point involve future draft picks and selections from the 2019 NBA Draft. If the Bulls and Hawks could take that into account, then it could be a wise move for both sides to fill rotational needs and stack future assets.
For the Hawks, a backup point guard is drastically needed behind rising star and former Oklahoma Sooners standout floor general Trae Young. The Hawks do have a very talented young roster, but it is missing help behind Young. That could be filled by adding Dunn, but it wouldn’t come easy for either team to pull off here.
The other piece moved around to the Hawks here is the 2018 draft pick of the Bulls and former Boise State Broncos small forward Chandler Hutchison. After a slight letdown in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League, Hutchison does have doubts coming from some Bulls fans as to if he can actually take a step forward in his second season.
New blood and an actual cheap contract on the wing for the Hawks could be a good thing. In return for Hutchison and Dunn, the Bulls receive former Duke Blue Devils wing Cam Reddish and a young role player that could come off the bench in shooting guard Deandre Bembry. For all the troubles the Hawks have to go to here, the Bulls have to send them a future first round pick.