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Offseason Moves Chicago Bulls Must Consider to Revamp Attack
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For two years, the Chicago Bulls led the league in wins and were on the precipice of contending for a title. Then, last year, they fell to fifth in the East. What do they need to revamp their attack and get back to contender status?

They are coming off of a season that was both encouraging and discouraging at the same time. It was encouraging in the sense that the Bulls overachieved in spite of a plethora of injuries. It was discouraging in the sense that they had so many injuries to overcome.

Injuries are a problem the Bulls have had the last three seasons. Over that time, they’ve had their preferred starting five available for exactly 44 games. They’ve been missing two or more starters nearly twice as often, in 86 games.

In order for the Bulls to contend, they need to make the moves that will keep them out of the training room and on the court. Primarily that means getting players that coach Tom Thibodeau has sufficient confidence in to play. This will help him to keep from overplaying his starters.

Here are the moves the Bulls need to make this offseason to be a serious title favorite for 2014. 

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