The Chicago Bulls inked one of the top bargain buys of the 2012 offseason when they landed Nate Robinson. Can they do this again and find a sufficient replacement for Nate Rob?
Robinson will almost surely be in another uniform come next season's outset. He raised eyebrows throughout 2012-13 and will most likely inherit a multi-year deal from a different franchise.
The Bulls simply can't justify giving him such a deal when they already have three point guards (Derrick Rose, Kirk Hinrich, Marquis Teague) under contract for 2013-14.
Truthfully, they don't need a newcomer who can replicate Robinson's production. With Rose back and Hinrich and Teague also available, adding another point guard is more of an insurance move. Furthermore, such a maneuver will likely feature a player who comes at a minimum-level contract.
The Bulls should thus peruse the free-agency list and see which potential fit is not only a bargain buy, but also boosts their overall team chemistry.
The following players comprise Chicago's best options for Robinson's replacement.