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Another possible solution for the Chicago Bulls shooting guard position is doing a sign and trade for the Golden State Warriors' Monta Ellis.
Ellis, a 26-year-old who has six years of NBA experience, is someone the Bulls have inquired about last summer.
The 6'3", 185-pound Ellis is a tremendous scorer who poured in 24.1 points and 5.6 assists per game with the Warriors in 2010-11. He has career averages of 19.4 points and 4.2 assists per game, while shooting 46.9 percent (33.1 from beyond the arc) in his career.
Ellis is a solid transition player, who posts up well against fellow guards. He has improved his passing and shot selection last year.
Derrick Rose would have a dynamic teammate in Ellis. The two would provide the Bulls with a dangerous backcourt.
Ellis is a horrible defender, but Keith Bogans could come off the bench if a defensive stop is needed.
The Warriors guard is not a free agent, but has thought about leaving Golden State for some time.
The Bulls could offer the Golden State Warriors Omer Asik, Ronnie Brewer and a first round pick or two for Ellis.
The Warriors could use the defense that Asik and Brewer would provide, while Stephen Curry and David Lee would worry about the scoring duties.