Chicago Bulls: Holes That Still Need to Be Filled After 2012 NBA Draft

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Chicago Bulls: Holes That Still Need to Be Filled After 2012 NBA Draft
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At the 2012 NBA Draft the Bulls took the best available player in Kentucky’s Marquis Teague. By doing so, they effectively sealed a hole at backup point guard.

Now it is time to look beyond the draft and see what other holes need to be filled.

Looking at the Chicago Bulls from afar, I see a cacophony of bad contracts. No one has an issue with what Derrick Rose stands to make. It is the contracts of Luol Deng, Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer and Omer Asik if the Bulls matches Houston’s offer for the backup (Yahoo! Sports).

If the Bulls opt not to match Asik’s offer, that will lead to an additional hole to fill. I will take a look at each hole and what the Bulls need to do to seal each one.

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