The crazy 2019 NBA offseason featured several NBA superstars leaving their respective teams to chase for an NBA championship somewhere else. Though all the big names on the free agency market have already found a new home, plenty of top-tier players could still be moved via trade before the 2019-20 NBA season officially begins. As of now, one of the players who’s currently being monitored on the trade market is Blake Griffin of the Detroit Pistons.
Griffin has yet to become officially available on the trading block, but if the Pistons decide to take a different route, several NBA teams are expected to express strong interest in acquiring the All-Star power forward, including the Chicago Bulls. According to Andrew Miller of Fansided‘s Pippen Ain’t Easy, when the trade rumors involving Griffin surfaced in the 2019 NBA offseason, the Bulls were mentioned as one of the NBA teams who had a discussion with the Pistons.
In the proposed trade deal by Pippen Ain’t Easy, the Bulls will be sending a trade package including Otto Porter Jr., Coby White, Cristiano Felicio, and a future first-round pick to the Pistons in exchange for Blake Griffin, Sekou Doumbouya, and Bruce Brown. The deal works on ESPN‘s NBA Trade Machine.