5 Bulls who increased their trade value this season

These players raised their value on the trade market with their play this year.
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2. Alex Caruso

Playing his third consecutive season in Chicago, Alex Caruso put together yet another masterful display of defense and shooting efficiency. Three-and-D players are a dime a dozen these days, but the top 2% of these players can make a massive impact for their team.

Caruso falls into this category. One of the best perimeter defenders in the association, he had his healthiest season as a professional, playing in 71 games for the Bulls in 2023-24. Every time he stepped on the floor, he provided a massive lift as an on-ball stopper and as an outside shooter.

All in all, it was a season of career-bests for Alex. He put up a career-high 10.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.0 blocks, all in his highest minutes average at 28.7 per night. He enjoyed his third career season shooting at least 40% from beyond the arc, as well as started his highest percentage of games in a season with 57 starts.

Taking this leap after earning a First Team All-Defensive selection last season (and will likely earn another one this year) proves just how much Caruso's stock has continued to rise. He will undoubtedly be a highly coveted asset around the league this summer.