There will be more questions than answers for the Chicago Bulls this upcoming season. Luckily the season is still a few months away. Many of the Bulls’ strengths in the previous two years are no longer strengths.
The Bulls remain a somewhat deep group despite losing several players thus far in the offseason. With exception to an injured Derrick Rose, the starters are intact. The bench on the other hand, that is another story.
The bench depth was a huge advantage for the Bulls. It encompassed many of the elements necessary for a team’s success. The blueprint for the Bulls in the past two years was: defense, rebounding, depth, timely scoring, overall flexibility and Rose.
Only two of those elements continue to be strengths as of now, and for the Bulls that is not good news.
How will the Bulls cure their newfound weaknesses?
First, one has to identify what those weaknesses are.