Charlotte Hornets — Larry Johnson
“Grandmama” is exactly what the Hornets need: A bruising power forward with the ability to be a walking double-double. Teams key on Kemba Walker with considerable frequency, and there isn’t really a quality scoring-option remaining within the starting five. Johnson would be a massive upgrade over the likes of Cody Zeller, Marvin Williams, Miles Plumlee, and Frank Kaminsky. Charlotte’s balance from a scoring standpoint would certainly be aided by the addition of Johnson.
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Chicago Bulls — Michael Jordan
Did you expect anybody else? There isn’t much to say here. Adding arguably the greatest player of all-time is a no-brainer for any team in the league. With Butler now a member of the Timberwolves, Jordan would essentially have to carry this team on his own. The Bulls’ porous three-point shooting would certainly be an issue, but having the G.O.A.T at least boosts your intimidation factor.
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