The NBA's transaction window opened Tuesday, which, to be frank, means little to nothing for the Bulls.
While all 30 teams will be afforded the opportunity to convert two-way deals, sign free agents or waive already-existing roster fixtures, the onus of those moves will center on the 22 clubs invited to the NBA's Disney restart in July. Anthony Tolliver (Memphis Grizzlies), Corey Brewer (Sacramento Kings), Tyler Johnson (Brooklyn Nets) have all already reportedly found homes, with more signings (J.R. Smith to the Lakers, anyone?) expected through the week; the window closes June 30.
As for trades? Those aren't possible, given that the season restart is still, in principle, a continuation of the 2019-20 campaign, and the deadline passed on Feb. 6.
But for those in offseason mode, it's never too early to start dreaming. Here are a few ideas on trades the Bulls could make with the other seven teams left out of Orlando - affectionately nicknamed by John Hollinger the "Delete Eight" - when the offseason begins.
An offseason trade Bulls could make with each team left out of Orlando originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago