The Chicago Bulls appear to have their roster spots filled, yet that does not mean that their rotations are set. There are certain roles on the team that need to be decided.
Beginning with the starting lineup the Bulls have a player penciled into every position. Surprisingly, each projected starter, in one way or another, is an interchangeable part that will allow the Bulls some flexibility with the potential lineups they can use on a nightly basis.
This season we can expect to see a lot of movement and variety within the Bulls' lineup. The Bulls' starting guards Kirk Hinrich and Richard Hamilton have the ability to play two to three positions. In addition, there are members of the Bulls' reserve who possess the athletic ability to play interchangeable roles as well.
The reserves are comprised of a few former NBA starters along with a couple of players that have “breakout-star” potential. The reserves will push the starters for playing time. This will create competition amongst the players and leave many spots within the roster up for grabs.