Grading the Chicago Bulls Offseason Moves Thus Far

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Grading the Chicago Bulls Offseason Moves Thus Far
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The Chicago Bulls have been busy so far this offseason, making a number of moves. We have grades for all of them.

They have already restacked a good portion of their bench in preparation for the 2013-14 NBA season. Other critical moves with potentially lasting ramifications have been made as well.  

Coming into the offseason, they had four primary goals: get shooting, get deeper at the wing, get deeper at the power forward/center position and find a replacement “sixth-man” type who can create scoring off the bench.

There were four avenues they had at their disposal to do improvements: front-office moves, Kyle Korver’s trade exception, the draft and free agency. They are listed here by how they graded. 

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