4 potential trades for the Chicago Bulls with the No. 4 pick

Anthony Edwards, NBA Draft, Charlotte Hornets, Minnesota Timberwolves
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2. Package No. 4 In A Trade For No. 2

If the Bulls want to move up in the NBA Draft, they probably need to get to No. 2 in order to keep their options open.

If mock drafts are to be believed, the No. 2 pick (currently Golden State) will have the selection of anyone besides either Anthony Edwards or LaMelo Ball. Both of these guards have been mocked to the Timberwolves at No. 1 overall at various times in the draft cycle.

At No. 4, there’s a good chance all of Edwards, Ball and James Wiseman are gone. But a move up to No. 2 would put the Bulls squarely in the mix if there’s a player they covet.

It helps, of course, that the Warriors are believed to be open to the possibility of moving out of the second pick. Golden State probably prefers a veteran over a rookie given the construction of their roster. Would Chicago consider it if it meant parting with LaVine?

It could be a possibility if the Bulls want a chance at LaMelo Ball or Anthony Edwards at No. 2.

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