If you’re hoping for an exciting Chicago Bulls offseason, you’ll be deeply disappointed.
The team doesn’t have the money to sign a top-notch free agent, and it's not going to pull off any blockbuster trades.
There has been speculation, a la Grantland's Bill Simmons, of a deal that would send the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Kevin Love to Chicago. While a squad featuring Derrick Rose, Love and Joakim Noah would be fun to watch, a major transaction like that just isn’t in the cards for the Bulls.
Rose and Noah are basically untouchable. Luol Deng and Jimmy Butler aren’t going anywhere either unless a trade offer emerges that the Bulls can’t turn down.
Also, Carlos Boozer won’t be amnestied, especially after a solid season. The Bulls could let him go next summer, though.
Will Nate Robinson or Marco Belinelli be bought back? What about Nazr Mohammed?
And who should the Bulls draft with their first-round pick—a center or shooting guard?
This slideshow lists the team’s offseason decisions in the order they will be addressed as well as how they will be handled.