Projecting Chicago Bulls' Playoff Rotation

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Projecting Chicago Bulls' Playoff Rotation
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Jimmy Butler will pick up plenty of postseason minutes.

The NBA’s regular season is almost over as the always-exciting playoffs are set to begin.

Which players will make the postseason rotation for the Chicago Bulls? That decision is up to head coach Tom Thibodeau, who has done a magnificent job on the sidelines once again.  

The Bulls own the sixth-best record in the Eastern Conference despite a smorgasbord of injuries. Guys like Joakim Noah, Kirk Hinrich and Richard Hamilton have spent a great deal of time out of the lineup this season.

And, of course, franchise point guard Derrick Rose hasn’t logged single minute since tearing his ACL in last year’s playoff opener.

Although the former league MVP has been medically cleared to play, it doesn’t look like he’ll sport a Bulls uni again until next season. 

Here’s the possible playoff rotation for Coach Thibs' Chicago squad. It's a 10-man rotation, which eliminates the likes of Daequan Cook, Marquis Teague, Malcolm Thomas and Vladimir Radmanovic. 

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