The Chicago Bulls stand at 15-12 and have done so with a great defense and great hustle on the boards. However, the Bulls' offense is one of the worst in the league, ranking 26th in points per game with 92.9.
That's where the Bulls' focus should be as we prepare to bring in the new year. Perhaps making some changes to their rotations, lineups and/or gameplan will lead to a higher-scoring offense.
The Bulls have hit a two-game skid after losing to the Atlanta Hawks and the Houston Rockets, two of the tougher teams in each conference. After such lackluster performances, the Bulls will try to bounce back in a big way, and maybe trying something new will help them do so.
As the new year approaches, the Bulls should be looking to start off 2013 on a strong note.
Here are five New Year's resolutions the Bulls should make.
Note: All stats are as of December 26, 2012 before games were played.