Last summer, the Chicago Bulls successfully added bargain players—namely Nate Robinson, Marco Belinelli and Nazr Mohammed—to their "Bench Mob." Their efforts proved instrumental throughout the 2012-13 season.
Can they repeat this dynamic in the 2013 offseason?
This question is imperative to their 2013-14 outlook. In the past few campaigns, the Bulls have frequently overcome injuries due to their depth.
In the coming weeks, the Bulls will once again peruse the free-agent bargain bin and discern who has value. With limited money, the Bulls must be shrewd in this process. If they can find a handful of free agents who play above their value (much like Robinson), then they're looking at being unquestionable contenders come next spring.
Here is a rundown of viable options worth Chicago's consideration.