The NBA season has been off to a roaring start, but we have yet to see too many trades.
As teams start to realize what they need to improve their roster, plenty of players will be moved.
That is when most contenders look to the rebuilding teams to try and make a trade.
Most teams that are sellers are looking for draft capital or young players back in return.
The NBA trade deadline is set for February 9.
Here are two teams that will be sellers as the deadline approaches.
1. Chicago Bulls
One of the most disappointing teams in the NBA this season has been the Chicago Bulls.
The Bulls have an abysmal record of 9-14 this season and look to be headed down a dark path.
Despite their poor record, they have plenty of players who will have interest around the league.
The Bulls lose their pick if it's outside the top 4 and should tank with this trade, per Bill Simmons. pic.twitter.com/D1tN4PsOnk
— Basketball Forever (@bballforever_) December 2, 2022
The latter two will bring back the most assets in a package, but that also makes them more difficult to trade.
Chicago was expected to be good again this season, but they have done nothing but disappoint.
2. Utah Jazz
Before the season the Utah Jazz were expected to be one of the worst teams in the NBA.
But, after a hot start to the year, many people wondered if they could be in playoff contention.
That is not the case as the Jazz have fallen back to the pack in the Western Conference.
Luckily for Utah, they have plenty of players they can offload before the trade deadline.
Who says no to this Sixers and Jazz deal? 🤔
— Fanspo (@fanspo) December 5, 2022
Each of these players could fill a role on a contending team.
The Jazz were expecting to tank this season anyway, so adding more draft capital by making trades is a good idea.NEXT: What Does The Future Hold For The Orlando Magic?