Chicago Bulls: Like the 90s, the Team Takes Over the Central Division Again

September 16th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »

The Central Division is obviously going to boil down before the Milwaukee Bucks and the Chicago Bulls, in a close two-way race for first.

And if you haven't heard, all bets are on the Bulls to finish first.

Such chorus can persist, especially, if another late speculative round of Carmelo Anthony catches on, as the disgruntled star of the Denver Nuggets has recharged his desires to go elsewhere -- particularly Bulls or Knicks -- and would be the salt-and-sugar to this team's solvent that finished third in their division just a couple months ago.

In either case, last year's 41-and-41 team still saw fit to upgrade drastically this offseason at three key positions--Shooting Guard, Small Forward, and Power Forward.

Their welcome new additions are adding on rather than walking into, for a cast of players not far removed from an epic postseason battle against the 2008 Boston Celtics.

Carlos Boozer was the top signing, and gives Chicago a 20-and-10 player they haven't seen since Elton Brand, another 6-foot-8 Forward-Center in the Eastern conference -- the Philadelphia 76ers.

Ronnie Brewer is thei ...

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