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Chicago Bulls: Best and Worst Moves of the Offseason
By Aamir Mohammed: Senior Writer at Hoopstuff
Best Move: Keeping Luol Deng, Despite Trade Talk
With the return of Derrick Rose, the best move the Chicago Bulls could make this offseason with their cap situation, was to simply keep the core intact. With the emergence of Jimmy Butler, the Chicago Bulls have a starting lineup of Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Luol Deng, Carlos Boozer and Joakim Noah. This team managed to make noise in the playoffs without Rose and Deng for a majority of the games, with everyone in the lineup being at full health this year, it is safe to say that the Chicago Bulls are one of the league’s most dangerous teams. Keeping Deng shows the Bulls are all in for a championship run. Deng is the glue and workhorse of coach Tom Thibodeau’s lineup. His presence will help move along the growth of Jimmy Butler, all while creating a potent defensive perimeter tandem, with the potential to create messes for rivals like th...
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Ready for a normal workload when the preseason commences on October 4, Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose believes he is the best player in the NBA. The 24-year-old Rose suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during Game 1 of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Philadelphia 76ers. Despite being medically cleared on March 8 and participating in full contact practices...
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Rose will be...
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