Found July 13, 2012 on The Windy Apple:

tumblr m0qu73g13J1rq4sc1o1 400 Bulls Trade Kyle Korver To Atlanta Hawks

According to KC Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Bulls have traded Kyle Korver to the Atlanta Hawks. Could be a sign-and-trade deal with Kirk Hinrich which would free up the Mini Mid-Level Exception.  Chicago had planned to use the MMLE on Hinrich, and if a sign-and-trade is used, it will give them the ability to use it on another free agent.  Either way, Bulls wanted to free up Korver’s $5 million salary and escape the $500,000 he would be owed if waived. More details soon….

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