Chicago Bulls: Trade packages with the Pacific Division

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The 2020 NBA Trade Deadline is finally here, and so is the final slideshow of Bulls trades with all 30 teams, featuring the Pacific Division.

Today is always a day filled with excitement and uncertainty, no matter what team you root for. As for Chicago Bulls, there is really no telling how the team will look after 2:00 PM CT tomorrow. There are very legitimate reasons as to why the Bulls should stay put, be sellers, and be buyers, but the fate of the team lies in the hands of GarPax, whether you like it or not.

The Pacific Division is a bit more clear-cut as it pertains to what direction to take at the trade deadline. This division boasts multiple contenders and up-and-coming teams who could be looking to by at the deadline, along with the Golden State Warriors who are in the midst of a single season tank-a-thon, but plan on running it back with the old group plus some new, talented faces in 2020-2021.

The Sacramento Kings also find themselves in a sticky situation, with the team taking a big step back from 2018-2019 to 2019-2020. Subsequently, there is certainly some question marks as to how to fix whatever is going on in Sacramento.

Per usual, this slideshow will take fans through five possible trades, one for each team in the NBA’s Pacific Division, with the Chicago Bulls. Each trade proposal will be followed by an extensive outline of why the deal helps each team involved both now and in the future. Additionally, each trade falls within the NBA’s salary cap and roster size rules. Thus, let us begin the last trade piece for the Chicago Bulls until the Spring!

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