1. Richard Hamilton
2. Marco Belinelli
When the Bulls signed Hamilton last offseason, they figured their shooting guard problem would be instantly solved.
Unfortunately, though, they were wrong.
Hamilton would miss 38 games due to injury in 2011-12 and averaged just 11.6 points per game, his lowest scoring average since his rookie year in 1999-00.
Next season, he’ll attempt to prove to Bulls management that they didn’t make a mistake by signing him.
Belinelli was a starter for the New Orleans Hornets last season, filling in for an injured Eric Gordon. And there’s a possibility that he winds up taking Hamilton’s starting spot at some point in 2012-13.
The Italian three-point specialist is expected to be one of the Bulls' top reserves.