Carlos Boozer improved his numbers from the previous season and carried the team offensively for a few stretches.
One of the biggest stories, however, was Jimmy Butler's performance toward the end of the season and throughout the playoffs, where he averaged 13 points and five rebounds per game.
With Rose returning for the 2013-14 season, some players will surely benefit from his ability to create offense. The Bulls are much better with Rose around, posting an offensive efficiency of 104.5 last season, good for fifth in the league.
The Bulls are expected to contend for the title next year, so let's take a look at how each player will contribute.
Note: Numbers inside parentheses indicate field-goal makes and attempts.