We've officially shifted into NBA trade season now that most of the top free agents have signed, with lots of rosters still unsettled throughout the league.

Yes, Damian Lillard and James Harden are the big names available, but there's other trade activity to keep an eye on as well.

The Toronto Raptors face an uncertain future after losing Fred VanVleet in free agency and with a pair of stars hitting the open market next summer. The Chicago Bulls could still use a point guard upgrade and the New York Knicks have yet to address the woeful shooting that doomed their playoff run.

From some simple deals to a four-team blockbuster that would finally end the Lillard and Harden sagas, the following trades could (and should) still happen this offseason.


Tyus Jones Answers Bulls' Point Guard Problem

Chicago Bulls Receive: PG Tyus Jones, SF Corey Kispert

Washington Wizards Receive: F Patrick Williams, SG Dalen Terry, 2026 second-round pick

The Bulls looked like one of the best teams in the East the last time Lonzo Ball played, yet the veteran point guard is likely to miss another full season due to knee surgery. Chicago helped cover for his absence with the signing of Jevon Carter, but he's more of a rotation piece instead of full-time starter.

Jones was previously dealt this offseason to Washington in a three-team deal that landed Marcus Smart with the Memphis Grizzlies and Kristaps Porzingis in Boston with the Celtics. The 27-year-old would be wasted with the rebuilding Wizards, however, and could make a real difference in Chicago's overall success as their new starting floor general.

Jones averaged 16.4 points, 4.0 rebounds, 8.1 assists and 1.8 steals in his 22 starts with the Grizzlies last season, all while putting up efficient 50.0/41.5/77.8 percent shooting splits. Kispert was one of the NBA's best three-point shooters (42.4 percent, 2.2 makes per game), bringing some much-needed outside shooting to a Bulls team that ranked dead last in made threes per night (10.4).

A starting lineup with Jones, Zach LaVine, Kispert, DeMar DeRozan and Nikola Vucevic could make some noise in the East, especially with Alex Caruso, Andre Drummond, Torrey Craig, Coby White and Carter off the bench.

For Washington, swapping Jones (a free agent next summer) and Kispert (already 24 heading into Year 3) for Williams (21) and Terry (21) makes them younger, longer and with more upside.

Williams, the No. 4 overall pick in 2020, has shown high levels of three-point shooting and defensive potential, something a change of scenery could help unlock. Terry is a 6'7" shooting guard who was the No. 18 overall pick a year ago.