Chicago Bulls: 3 scorers AK should trade for this season

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Jeremy Lamb, Chicago Bulls

Jeremy Lamb, Chicago Bulls Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

At this point of the regular season, what looks to be a main concern for second-year head coach Billy Donovan and the Chicago Bulls is scoring depth off the bench. As the Bulls try to work the third-year former North Carolina Tar Heels point guard Coby White back into the lineup from shoulder surgery he had last offseason, the need to add some scoring depth became apparent.

When the Bulls were missing the duo of star center Nikola Vucevic and two-way point guard Alex Caruso in a really bad loss to the Indiana Pacers at home at the United Center on the night of Nov. 22, it was apparent that more scoring depth was needed. And while the Bulls could get something from that out of rookie point guard Ayo Dosunmu and White once he works back, there isn’t really a sure thing right now.

For the time being, adding scoring depth to the bench should be something that the front office is considering for the Bulls a few months ahead of the trade deadline. Executive vice president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas and general manager Marc Eversley put together a really solid roster during the offseason.

Who’s out there for Arturas Karnisovas and the Chicago Bulls to add a scorer to the bench?

But adding one or two more pieces to shore up the bench depth definitely wouldn’t hurt anything for Karnisovas and the Bulls.

Here’s a look into three quality scorers that could be reserves that the Bulls target a few months ahead of the trade deadline this season.

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