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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4. Ayo Dosunmu

Heading into his third professional season, it was a make or break year for Ayo Dosunmu. After 76 games played and multiple notable individual achievements, it is safe to say he made it obvious he has a place in this league going forward.

A 6-foot-5 guard with a lightning quick first step and lethal downhill driving ability, Dosunmu was coming into 2023-24 after a sophomore season where he had more or less plateaued. Not a lot of improvement had been made, and some wondered if his exciting rookie season had been a bit of a fluke.

Ayo put the doubters to sleep in his third year, putting up 12.2 points per game and shooting 50% from the field, a wildly impressive accomplishment for a perimeter player. Maybe the most intriguing development for the young guard was his improvement in shooting from three-point range, as he knocked down 40.3% of his threes this past season after making just 31% of those shots the previous season.

Dosunmu's resurgence reminded fans why they had been so excited about him two years ago during his rookie campaign. His performance this year gave the Bulls major leverage in the event they decided to look into shopping Ayo.