Last Saturday, news about Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks talking for a possible trade has circulated online. The team was reported to be discussing a trade between Tony Snell and Michael Carter-Williams and should be finalized soon.
When the trade is finalized, Snell will be playing for Milwaukee Bucks and he is expected to fill the gap that Khris Middleton left due to his injury. This could be good for Snell as it will finally give him a spot in the rotation, compared to the struggle his going through in fitting in at Bulls. It can be remembered that Snell wasn't able to show his abilities in the 2014-2015 season when many of the team's players are injured and he is needed the most. Snell is a good three-point shooter with proven skills as a wing player but just hasn't reached his full potential yet.
Meanwhile, MCW was a Kia Rookie of the Year in 2013-14 season which means he has the skills and maybe the change in environment will give him his much-needed push. Chicago Bulls could be hoping they can get their needed background depth through an experienced point guard. Although MCW's career has not been doing good lately, due to his injuries and inconsistencies, he still averages 14.5 points with six assists and almost six rebounds per game. That should be enough reason for the Bulls to give him a chance.
Nobody can really tell if this decision is a good move. However, both player's contracts are ending soon so both teams really have nothing to lose. Sources report that both players have contracts only up to October 31, 2016, and are not likely to have any extensions. Moreover, the trade between the two teams will give them both more time to build a stronger team.