Bulls remain a dumping ground for bad players, acquiring Michael Carter-Williams

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The ugly side of the rebuild again showed up on Monday, as the Bulls remain a dumping ground for bad contracts and failing players.

The Bulls sent a conditional second-round pick to Houston for cash and Michael Carter-Williams’ second go-around with the team.

This was a much shorter stint for Carter-Williams as the Bulls waived him and MarShon Brooks, who came over in the Justin Holiday trade to Memphis, after the trade was finalized to get their roster down to 15 again.

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