NBA Trade Rumors: Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics could make a Big Exchange for Kemba Walker

NBA Trade Rumors: Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics could make a Big Exchange for Kemba Walker
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Chicago Bulls are out of the playoffs this year but they might be making some trade deals for the next NBA season. The Bulls landed Nikola Vucevic from Orlando Magic but still failed to qualify this year, which is why they need better players.

Kemba Walker could be one of the potential targets for the Bulls in the free agency as the point guard can make huge differences in the Eastern Conference next year. But it won’t be an easy deal as the Chicago Bulls will have to give at least 3 players to Boston Celtics to make the Kemba Walker deals possible.

Kemba Walker to Chicago Bulls in Exchange for 3 Players

Kemba Walker could be traded to Chicago Bulls if they give out Coby White, Tomas Satoransky, and Al-Farouq Aminu to Boston Celtics in the exchange deal. The Bulls have shown that they are serious after they added Nikola Vucevic and adding Kemba Walker can make it possible for them to reach the playoffs next year.

Even though Walker had some knee issues for the first half of this NBA season, he came back to form for the second half. The 31-year-old point guard had an average of 25.6 points, 4.9 rebounds, 4.7 assists, 1.1 steals and shot 42.7 percent three-pointers in the nine regular games he played. Chicago Bulls could have a starting lineup of Kemba Walker, Zach LaVine, Patrick Williams, Thaddeus Young and Nicola Vucevic to move ahead in the Eastern Conference next year.

It will be a win-win deal for both Celtics and the Bulls as Kemba is struggling in Boston and they could use a better option. The Bulls could easily use the Big 3 of Walker, LaVine and Vucevic to reach the playoffs and win games next year.

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