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Bulls-Bucks nearing deal involving Michael Carter-Williams and Tony Snell

Saturday, October 15, 2016 23:07
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The Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks are close to finalizing a trade that involves a pair of guards. ESPN’s Marc Stein is reporting that the Bulls will send Tony Snell to the Bucks in exchange for point guard Michael Carter-Williams. The deal is being “finalized” Stein explains: Bulls beat writer K.C. Johnson confirmed the report and stated that the deal is likely to be done on Monday: For Chicago, adding Carter-Williams means more in an already crowded backcourt. The former 11th overall pick is a poor shooter from the perimeter, shooting just 27 percent from the three-point line. Add that in with Rajon Rondo, Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler’s long-distance struggles and it could be ugly for the Bulls. Carter-Williams averaged 11.5 points per game for the Bucks last season. The move is simply for some point guard depth behind Rondo. As for Snell, he never really found a fit with the Bulls. Despite being a decent shooter, Snell struggled defensively. Maybe a change of scenery is needed.

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