The Chicago Bulls have made a handful of moves this offseason. And, of course, each of those transactions is associated with both pros and cons.
It has been a relatively quiet summer for the Bulls. Lacking a boatload of cap space, the team wasn’t able to land a big-name free agent like Dwight Howard or Chris Paul. They also didn’t trade for an All-Star like Kevin Love or LaMarcus Aldridge.
Adding a star to the roster wasn’t imperative anyway. With the return of Alpha Dog Derrick Rose (ACL injury), the Bulls should emerge as title contenders next season. Only a few "not-so-spectacular" moves were needed.
Chicago lost a pair of quality free agents in Nate Robinson and Marco Belinelli. However, acquisitions like Mike Dunleavy and Tony Snell should strengthen the Bulls’ re-tooled bench.
What are the benefits and risks of each offseason move?