5 Chicago Bulls Who Could Be Losing Playing Time in 2012-13

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5 Chicago Bulls Who Could Be Losing Playing Time in 2012-13
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If I were Carlos Boozer, I would be extremely concerned about my minutes. Boozer is among five Chicago Bulls that will see less playing come October.

The Bulls will have as many as six new faces on their roster once the new season begins. The list of newcomers includes Vladimir Radmanovic, Marquis Teague, Nate Robinson, Nazr Mohammed, Marco Belinelli and the returning Kirk Hinrich.

NBA league rules require all teams to have at least 13 players on their roster, meaning that the Bulls may look to add an additional player (hopefully summer league standout Malcolm Thomas) to a non-guaranteed contract.

The incoming players are certain to affect the Bulls’ overall team chemistry, rotation and playing time.

Some players, i.e. incumbents Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler, will see an increase in their minutes. Others will watch the minutes they have grown accustomed to, shrink.

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