7 Offseason Moves the Chicago Bulls Should Have Made

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7 Offseason Moves the Chicago Bulls Should Have Made
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Yeah, Thibs, you're on the list.

The Chicago Bulls offseason has been almost universally panned by fans and NBA insiders alike, although it has had its supporters as well.

No trades of consequence were commenced. What did happen were salary-slashing moves such as shipping Kyle Korver off to the Atlanta Hawks essentially for a lesser, older Vladimir Radmanovic. There was a curious re-signing of the fan-favorite, dead-wheeled Kirk Hinrich.

Most egregiously, Omer Asik was allowed to sign with the Houston Rockets, after the Bulls front office had spent the past year indicating that the defensive standout would be a Bull for many years to come.

Hindsight is always 20/20, so this look back at what the summer could have been for Chicago will put into crystal-clear focus just how many opportunities were lost.

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