Generally, it’s easy to say whether or not an NBA team lived up to its expectations. The Chicago Bulls are an exception to that rule.
They made the playoffs, but they were eliminated by a Milwaukee Bucks team that they never had a real chance of beating. They finished the season a miserable 3-20 against winning teams. At least they excelled in beating losing teams?
One thing is for certain: they’d like to improve next year. One of the ways they could do that would be by upgrading at the power forward position.
Ideally, they’d add a player that can stretch the floor and defend at that position.
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Kyle Kuzma fits the bill. If the Washington Wizards make him available this summer, here are two trade packages that could land him in the Windy City.