While most trade speculation revolves around the Bulls potential aquisition of Amare Stoudemire from the Pheonix Suns, there is some recent speculation of the Bulls aquiring Marcus Camby from the Los Angeles Clippers.
Over at the Sporting News, Sean Deveney is reporting:
One possibility for Camby that's been overlooked: the Bulls. A deal for Drew Gooden's expiring deal and a young player like Thabo Sefolosha would have to spark the Clippers' interest. "They're not sold on making a hard push for Stoudemire," one East general manager said of the Bulls. "I think they're really divided on that. But they are definitely looking for a big man, which they've been doing for, what, five years now? They have some great opportunities.
This trade is viable financially for both teams. The ESPN trade machine prdicts that adding Camby would add 7 wins to the current Bulls team.
Personaly, I think that this is a much more sensible trade for the Bulls than going after Amare. Camby's contract is up in two years and would leave the Bulls the financial flexibility to go after the much heralded 2010 free agent class.