Powerhouse in Chicago: Tracy McGrady to Join the Bulls?

July 25th, 2010 by Brandon Ribak Leave a reply »
The Chicago Bulls headed into this offseason with the intentions of revamping their roster and providing their city with a team that could compete for an NBA championship.

The Bulls first dealt point guard Kirk Hinrich and the 17th overall pick in the NBA Draft over to the Washington Wizards to clear up enough cap space to sign high profiled players.

On July 8th, Chicago signed power-forward Carlos Boozer to a five-year, $80 million contract.

Shortly afterwards, the team signed sharp-shooter Kyle Korver, defensive specialist Ronnie Brewer, veteran Kurt Thomas, and completed a sign-and-trade for Golden State Warriors point-guard C.J. Watson.

It's quite obvious that the Bulls have not only had the most action in the NBA this offseason, but have acquired the most talent as well.

With young point guard Derrick Rose running the show (newly acquired head-coach Tom Thibodeau) and a team that consists of two of the top rebounders in the league in Joakim Noah and Carlos Boozer, and the best three-point shooter (percentage wise) this past season in Kyle Korver, the Chicago Bulls are destined to make a serious run in the Eastern ...

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