One Area Where Every Chicago Bulls Player Must Improve Before Next Season

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One Area Where Every Chicago Bulls Player Must Improve Before Next Season
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The Chicago Bulls had the best record in the Eastern Conference last season. However, all NBA players can improve in at least one area, and the Bulls are no exception.

Each player on the team can improve a deficiency in his game that could help the Bulls get closer to a title in 2013. Shooting percentage, defense and energy are a just a few of the areas in which specific players need to improve for that to happen. The deficiencies in these players’ games are varied to say the least.

No player is exempt from this topic. Even Derrick Rose, the league MVP just a little over a year ago, has at least one area in which he could improve significantly. The same goes for Carlos Boozer, Joakim Noah, Luol Deng and even newcomer Kirk Hinrich. These players are talented veterans, but no player ever truly becomes complete. Luckily for fans, that does not stop the best ones from trying.

I will go through the Bulls’ main contributors and detail a specific area in the game of each that needs to be improved. Following that will be an analysis of why that area is important and how it would help the team.

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