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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5. Andre Drummond

One of the most interesting post players in the association is Andre Drummond. Entering the league in 2012, Drummond joined the NBA at a time where prototypical post play had yet to be significantly altered the way it has been today.

He was one of the most dominant post scorers and rebounders in his early days with the Detroit Pistons, earning the Rookie of the Year award, two All-Star selections and even an All-NBA nod during the 2015-16 season where he also led Detroit to the playoffs.

Leading the league in rebounding four times in his first eight seasons, he had clearly established himself as one of the most valuable interior players in basketball. But all that changed with age and the three-point revolution.

Though he remains just 30 years old, Andre had to adapt his play style with many centers around the league now stepping out to the perimeter and shooting three-point shots. Incredibly, he has adapted wonderfully, and continues to be a valuable role player with every team he suits up for.

He proved this value again with the Bulls this year, upping his scoring and rebounding averages from last season while playing and starting in more games as well. Drummond undoubtedly raised his trade value with his improved play in 2023-24.