This Bulls-Hornets trade would feature Wendell Carter Jr. to Charlotte

The Chicago Bulls and Charlotte Hornets both have rebuilding to do if they want to move towards the NBA postseason. There are options and moving parts for both sides that could make an impact right away. These are two teams that could help each other right away in a trade.

The Hornets are off to a slow start to the NBA season but they have been getting great production from their backcourt. Terry Rozier is leading the way with 21.6 points per game while LaMelo Ball is chipping in 11.6.

Gordon Hayward has been a helpful free agent signing thus far as he is looking a bit like his old self. As good as their backcourt has been, the frontcourt has been that bad. Charlotte is in need of help at the forward and center positions.

This is where Chicago could come into play. They have two productive big men in Wendell Carter Jr. and Lauri Markannen. The Bulls are once again led by Zach LaVine, who is quickly turning into one of the top scorers in the league. They have some options to trade away if they feel the need.

LaVine and Markannen are the big-name players that have been mentioned previously but this one could send Carter to help the Hornets in the frontcourt.

This would help the Hornets balance their rotation and give the Bulls another perimeter threat along with LaVine. Here is what a potential trade might look like between the two sides.

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