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NBA Rumors: Chicago Bulls Seal Blake Griffin trade; Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade Train with Clippers Star

( [email protected] ) Sep 27, 2016 06:13 AM EDT
style="display: none" Blake Griffin appears to be determined to redeem himself this NBA season, but it seems that the Los Angeles Clippers fans and front office do not share the same feeling. Weeks before the regular season starts, trade talks involving the number one pick remain as the primary topics in discussions. Amid all the basketball teams looking into signing him, the Chicago Bulls are identified as the best fit.
Dec 19, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin (32) is defended by Houston Rockets forward Donatas Motiejunas (20) in the second half at Toyota Center. Rockets won 107 to 97. Thomas B. Shea-USA TODAY Sports

Blake Griffin appears to be determined to redeem himself this NBA season, but it seems that the Los Angeles Clippers fans and front office do not share the same feeling. Weeks before the regular season starts, trade talks involving the number one pick remain as the primary topics in discussions. Amid all the basketball teams looking into signing him, the Chicago Bulls are identified as the best fit.

The Los Angeles Clippers saw their star player throw away almost an entire season due to injuries issues off the hardwood court. With the Chris Paul team constantly delivering underwhelming results in the playoffs, some followers of the group feel that it is time to break up the core. That is, Doc Rivers must look into rebuilding the team to hopefully produce better results this season.

One of the most sought after stars in the roster is Blake Griffin. Despite his issues in the past NBA season, he remains a top dog in the league. This means a Blake Griffin trade would fetch a considerable sum and will put the Los Angeles Clippers in the position to demand conditions. With this in mind, fans of the NBA team feel that the group should take advantage of it while the other basketball squads are still interested.

Among the NBA teams interested in a Blake Griffin trade, analysts point to the Chicago Bulls as the best organization to take him in. With the rise of super teams in the league, specifically the team up of Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors, other squads are expected to step up their recruitment game. Will the addition of Blake Griffin to the Chicago Bulls make them the super team of the Eastern Conference?

Right now, the Chicago Bulls have three alphas in Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade, and Rajon Rondo. Fans of the Denzel Valentine squad are eager to see how the former Miami Heat champion can change the atmosphere in the locker room and how the ex-leader of the Sacramento Kings can whip them all into shape this season.

"The Alpha thing, I think we'll be just fine. Everybody is going to have something to say," shared Jimmy Butler of his new teammates. The Chicago Bulls leader added, "As long as everybody is listening and is willing to take some criticism if you're doing something wrong, just like if you're doing something right I'm going to tell you, there's good and bad in everything you do. At the end of the day, as long as we win games, it won't matter."

Can the addition of Blake Griffin make the Chicago Bulls great again? Will they be able to reach the status set by the Michael Jordan era if they sign the Los Angeles Clippers star in their roster?

The answers are still uncertain. No official comment has been given by any of the parties involved in this NBA trade rumor. At this point, the Los Angeles Clippers are busy staging the comeback of Blake Griffin. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bulls are looking into ways to have Dwyane Wade, Jimmy Butler and Rajon Rondo mesh well this season.

However, some fans of the Los Angeles Clippers strongly feel that a Blake Griffin trade is due. It remains to be seen if the Chicago Bulls will be the NBA team to actually land him and give him his second shot at becoming a league legend.


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