I think the jury is still out on whther the Curry trade was a mistake. We have to see the picks that Chicago gets and see if Curry ca ndevelop into something.
Of his biggest problems, #3 is the rebounding. Not hard to get a rebounder to fill that void. Evans will be available for that role. His biggest problems are aggressiveness and b-ball IQ.
On aggressiveness, I beleive Curry can score down low whenever he wants - more specifically - whenver he sets up, holds position, catches the ball and makes a move to the basket. He just doesn;t do it enough, or his guards don;t get him the ball enough. Whichever it is, its not enough.
On b-ball IQ, being able to score down-low is great. It draws attention and opens things up on the perimeter. Its only helpful (SAR, Fizer, Mo'Taylor, and a host of other low-post black holes), if you leasrn to read the defense and find the open perimeter player. Curry has never developed that skill.
To be fair, Shaq was only pretty good at it in Orl. and he was only good when the double team came directly at him and he was staring the open shooter in the face. Shaq became great at it in LA.
If Curry can learn to do these two things - aggressively set up and find the open man - the trade will not be a mistake (depending on who the Bulls get, of course.)