For the Chicago Bulls, the 2013 offseason isn't about fine-tuning their championship-pedigree roster or scouring for budget acquisitions through free agency and trades.
Well, not at first at least.
Chicago's priority No. 1 (and 1A, A, AA, etc.) is returning a healthy Derrick Rose to the NBA hardwood. The 2011 MVP missed the entire 2012-13 season while recovering from a torn ACL he suffered in the previous postseason.
Assuming he'll be ready for next season—early reports sound very encouraging—then the Bulls can hit the free-agent trail and/or trade market in search of a perimeter marksman and another revamped "Bench Mob." Cash-strapped Chicago still has its taxpayer mid-level exception in hand and is already examining several ways to use that money.
So who's in and who's out for the Rose-led Bulls? Here's a look at everything that's breezing through the Windy City this summer.