The Bulls have officially acquired Michael Carter-Williams through a trade with the Bucks, for Tony Snell. This trade benefits both teams, but the Bucks to me are the bigger winner as they now filled more help at the Shooting-Guard position that needs help after Khris Middleton went down. Carter-Williams will likely serve as Rando's backup in Chicago, and the Bulls will now have to dump one of their backup Point-Guards to make room on the roster, with 5 current PG's on the roster.
Carter-Williams has showed flashes of greatness, winning the 2013-2014 Rookie of the Year in Philly, but has struggled since and his shooting has been subpar, so he will need to improve on that to find his way into the lineup more often, but his length gives him the ability to be a strong defender off the bench for the Bulls.
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