Chicago Bulls Proving Why a Big-Name Signing Needs to Be in Future Plans

March 2nd, 2010 by Josh Herman Leave a reply »
It's rare to speak of a sixth seed in the playoffs (the Chicago Bulls' current position in the Eastern Conference) as a team that needs a lot of help. 

Then again it's rarely seen that a team can comprise itself of players that are more attractive as expiring dollar signs then actual professional talent.

The Bulls, while still competitive in the East, have seamlessly paved the way to sign a player to a max contract in what may be the most talented free agent pool ever.

However, many analysts (and fans alike) have openly expressed that they don't believe the team would still be able to fill out a championship-contending roster if such a move is made.

After all, they'll only have six players returning next season from their current roster.

Nevertheless, last night's game against the Atlanta Hawks proved why the Bulls have to make a push for a big-name player, they're just not good enough to contend without one.

Sure, Derrick Rose is a budding superstar, Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson have been pleasant surprises this season, and Luol Deng is quietly having a very solid year, but that core is not enough to contend with the best ...

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