The Bulls got a jump on what they hope is a busy trade season when they agreed late Thursday to deal Justin Holiday to the Grizzlies for shooting guards MarShon Brooks and Wayne Selden Jr. and unprotected second-round picks in 2019 and 2020. However, by giving up the two second-round picks, it would seem Memphis' intent is to re-sign Holiday in the summer.
Brooks averaged 6.6 points, 1.6 rebounds, and 10.3 FanDuel points per game this season.
A starter for the Bulls, Justin Holiday heads to the Grizzlies with averages of 11.6 points and 4.4 rebounds. Holiday has shined at times in his role with the Bulls by proving he is capable of spacing the floor with three-point shooting and providing defense at the other end.
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The Chicago Bulls could be one of the more active teams leading up to the trade deadline in February. At a listed 6-foot-6 and 181 pounds, Holiday isn't quite big enough to deal with the Kevin Durants of the world, meaning Anderson will still have to handle those assignments, but Bickerstaff will no longer have any defensive liabilities in his wing rotation. There's certainly upside in getting Memphis' picks.
This season, he made 29 appearances with the Grizzlies.