The biggest question that the Chicago Bulls have faced over the last couple of years is which star can they add to compliment Derrick Rose, take some of the offensive pressure off of him and help the Bulls to win a title.
Adding proven superstars to your team isn't as easy as it looks, though, especially in their prime. There's a reason that what the Miami Heat did was newsworthy.
There are a few ways that the Bulls could do this. They could add a proven superstar and give up more to get him. They could give up less and get a younger star who has had troubles with his current team. They could sign a free-agent superstar looking to pad his ring resume.
Not all of these are possible in the immediate future. In fact, the summer of 2014 might be the best time for the Bulls to make any major moves.
Derrick Rose is only 24, though. It's not like his window is about to close or that the team is struggling to win while he's on the court. Whatever moves they make need to be precise, not giving up too much to gain too little.
At the same time, they can't keep the whole they have intact and just add a superstar.
Here are some ideas of how they could add someone to play with Rose and win a title.