The Chicago Bulls have the best record in the Eastern Conference and have shown glimpses of dominance against the league's other powerhouses. This is especially impressive, considering how depleted their lineup has been at times during the regular season.
Their high-profile offseason signing, Rip Hamilton, last played on March 6th and has only been on the floor for 16 games. When he has played, he's been the player the Bulls envisioned. While Ronnie Brewer is a solid defender, Chicago's starting five needed the offensive spark Hamilton provides.
Despite Hamilton's absences and injuries to Derrick Rose, the Bulls still managed to dominate. Even if Chicago comes away with a banner, they would be wise to pursue more pieces once the offseason rolls around.
So without further adieu, I've compiled a short list of players the Bulls should pursue in the upcoming months.