4) San Antonio Spurs
San Antonio is likely the most unlikely trade destination for LaVine, but he is believed to be interested in playing with rising star Victor Wembanyama. If that is indeed the case and the Spurs have a mutual interest in LaVine, then they could possibly outbid any team on this list for him.
The Spurs could theoretically offer Doug McDermott, Devonte Graham, and Cedi Osman a future first from the Hawks, as well as the Bulls' own future first back. That might not seem like much, but the Bulls could theoretically re-trade all three players for additional picks, particularly Osman, who is playing well for the Spurs.
They would also get their first from the Spurs back, which is top-10 protected in 2025 and top-8 protected in 2026 and 2027. That alone might interest Chicago since it would make it much easier for them to tank going forward without risking giving up a lottery pick to the Spurs.
Add in another future first, and the Bulls could not only clear out a lot of long-term salary but also likely receive several seconds in subsequent deals. For the Spurs, they'd add an efficient offensive player who could do wonders for their awful offense without having to give up their major assets or their young core.