This Bulls-Clippers trade features intriguing power forward to L.A.

While they came up short of their goal of making it to the NBA FInals last season, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard look locked-in to begin the 2020-21 NBA season and have willed the Clippers to one of the top records in the league so far. With no Montrezl Harrell this year, things have been complicated for Los Angeles’ frontcourt and it does not look like things will be getting better.

Serge Ibaka has been decent so far this year and Ivica Zubac has been alright coming off-the-bench, but due to the Clippers’ lack of talent in the frontcourt, Los Angeles has resorted to a one-big lineup with Kawhi Leonard usually playing the four position. While this works in the regular season, things may be different come time for the postseason and this team’s lack of toughness in the frontcourt could really hurt their chances of making it to the NBA Finals, yet alone the Western Conference Finals! 

Given the Clippers’ limitations financially, they do not have much cap space to bring in a big time trade target before the NBA trade deadline, but they have some contracts they could move to bring in a decent role player to pair with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.

The Clippers just signed Marcus Morris Sr. to a four-year deal this offseason, so they would likely keep him around, but veteran guards Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams could very much be on the move.

Neither guard has looked good to begin the year and with Reggie Jackson looking solid off-the-bench, one of them could be on the move sooner than later. The Clippers need to add another big man to their rotation and with Pat Bev being owed $13.3M this season, could he be on the move? 

Let’s take a look at a possible trade between the Chicago Bulls and the Los Angeles Clippers that sends a veteran big man to the Clippers in exchange for Patrick Beverely and a young, versatile forward. 

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