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For the most part, the Bulls are on the upswing, whether they make a trade this week or not. The...

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For the most part, the Bulls are on the upswing, whether they make a trade this week or not. The latest talk has the Bulls still mulling the wisdom of taking on Stoudemire, who would likely command a contract worth $100 million or more as a free agent in 2010. They may balk if the Suns continue to insist that two first-round draft picks be included with Thomas, Drew Gooden, Thabo Sefolosha and Cedric Simmons. The Bulls might opt for a player that offers better value, such as Tyson Chandler or Chris Kaman, or wait to make a future run at Toronto's Chris Bosh.

Link I haven't really looked around, so, apologies if this has been discussed already. By the way McGraw is talking it's as if the Bulls are the ones that are hesitant to make the move. Which sucks big time. Especially if it's only because of an extra 1st round pick.
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