Grading 4 Bulls trade deadline targets from no-brainer to must-avoid

Breaking down several potential Bulls trade targets by desirability.

Nikola Vucevic, Bobby Portis, Chicago Bulls
Nikola Vucevic, Bobby Portis, Chicago Bulls / Stacy Revere/GettyImages
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Not much time remains before the trade deadline, and the Chicago Bulls have work to do. This week, Nikola Vucevic stated that he believes the team has enough to compete, so it is clear that the Bulls will be buyers rather than sellers.

There are a number of players who have been linked to the team in trade rumors. Here, we will order them from most desirable to have on the roster (no-brainer) to least desirable (must-avoid).

Tyus Jones - Absolute no-brainer

The Washington Wizards' floor general has been putting on a display of pure point guard mastery this season. Playing as a full-time starter for the first time in his career, Tyus Jones dishes out assists at a high rate while rarely ever turning the ball over, averaging less than one giveaway per game.

It is no wonder he has become such a high-priority target for so many teams around the league. The Bulls would no doubt be thrilled to be able to replace some of Dalen Terry's minutes with Tyus. Adding him to the roster would give them excellent point guard play even when Coby White is off the floor.

Acquiring Jones may come at a decent price with him being in such high demand. But if the Bulls want to win now, it may be their best option.