This season has been disastrous for the Chicago Bulls. Heading into the year, many believed they should have blown up the roster over the summer, but the Bulls were confident in their abilities. Unfortunately, as of now, it seems as though the former party was correct, as the Bulls are just 5-14 on the season, good for 13th in the Eastern Conference.
With how much they’ve struggled, some have begun speculating whether or not they could reset the roster by the trade deadline. They have plenty of players other teams would be interested in, headlined by two-time All-Star Zach LaVine, whose name has already been circulated in rumors.
According to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype, an NBA executive he spoke to believes LaVine will garner one to two firsts on the trade market.
“I think Zach LaVine can get a first back, maybe another first-round pick if it’s in this draft since it’s so weak,” the executive told HoopsHype.
Should the Bulls commit to a rebuild, LaVine would be one of the first moves to be made.