In order for the Chicago Bulls to have success next season, they must implement some adjustments on offense, defense and management.
When the Bulls had the ball, their offense was stagnant and somewhat forced at times. On defense, the Bulls could have used a few rotations that would have given them a key advantage.
Some of these adjustments are simple: moving a player to a different position or having player front on post defense rather than play a shade defender. There are other, not so obvious, adjustments necessary for the Bulls to implement in the upcoming season.
In a season with so much uncertainty, the Bulls need every advantage they can get. Here are seven adjustments the Bulls should implement in order to have any success next season.