Updated Long-Term Plan for the Chicago Bulls

July 19th, 2014 by Kelly Scaletta Leave a reply »

The Chicago Bulls had a successful offseason, not only for next season, but for the next three. In fact, to fairly evaluate the front office’s performance, it’s worth looking at the long-term plan to see how well the salary structure and future additions have been considered.

Part of continued success in the NBA is managing salary cap and accruing assets. Not only are the Bulls remarkable for assembling a roster which is capable of contending for a title this year, but they’ve also planned ahead so they can continue to build upon the existing core over the next few years without losing anyone.



The 2014-15 roster appears to be mostly in place. Reviewing that gives us the basis to project what will happen going forward. First let's analyze the offseason moves the Bulls made. 

Exact salary information for the Bulls’ signings isn’t available yet, but they can be estimated using the 4.5 percent maximum increase, the salaries reported and the rookie salary scale as a gauge.

Per Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo, Pau Gasol’s deal is three years ...

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