1. DeMar DeRozan
Now let's get to the fun part of all this hoopla...
Zach LaVine may objectively be the best player on this Bulls team, but considering their need for a wing upgrade DeMar DeRozan is the player who could be the best fit in the 38103.
Luckily for the Grizzlies, both are rumored to possibly be available on the trade market this season, as per Shams Charania.
DeRozan is a name that has been linked to Memphis for quite some time now, with some going as far as to state they could be a prime destination for his services and overall intangibles.
A six-time All-Star who not two seasons ago finished within the top 10 in the league's MVP race, the 34-year-old is once again putting forth an impressive season now in year 15, as he's posting averages of 21.2 points, 4.5 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.1 steals, and 1.1 blocks per game.
Though his $28.6 million pay day is substantially larger than the other two possible targets mentioned on this list today, said price tag is set to expire come season's end, thus making any move for the veteran equally as risk-free, though simultaneously possessing significantly more upside.
Of course, in the hypothetical event that the Grizzlies did make a move for the likes of DeRozan, it could be easily insinuated that they would be open to re-upping with him come free agency which, considering his proven veteran leadership coupled with his averages of 24.0 points, 5.3 assists, 4.9 rebounds, and 1.0 steals on 48.8 percent shooting over the last eight years, would make him a beneficial addition to bring aboard at some point this year.