Looking Into the Chicago Bulls Roster for the 2010-2011 Season

April 18th, 2010 by John Hatelak Leave a reply »
Getting into the Chicago Bulls to-do list this off-season, I've decided to research the possibilities of the how's and why's. There likely will have to be another trade if the Bulls can sign a top free agent, and a complementary one this off-season.

The Bulls, although having the money to do both player signings, still have to have some money left over to sign their draft pick if it isn't moved, and fill out the rest of their roster as they currently only have about six players signed for next season. Let's get into the Nitty Gritty's as one Bear GM would say. 

They do have options in Europe, and a couple D-league guys to help fill their roster space that shouldn't take up too much cap room. That will be a probable source to fill out the end of the bench.

It would be a shame to give up either Hinrich or the first pick, because like the NFL, this year's NBA draft will be a deep one, but to make room to fill out their bench, it may be necessary. 

If the Bulls keep the pick I like some of the shooting guards, and small forwards in this draft that should fall to the Bulls.

I like Damian James (Texas), Stanley Ro ...

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