The Chicago Bulls are one of the teams that didn't make much noise in the offseason—something that they've become accustomed to doing in the past few years. Instead of making any drastic changes to their roster, they're banking on their acquisition of a few role players and the return of Derrick Rose to lead them back to championship contention.
Next season, the Bulls' core of players is still intact. Rose will presumably be back when the season starts, Joakim Noah and Luol Deng are coming off All-Star seasons, and Carlos Boozer is still Carlos Boozer.
With Rose returning and Jimmy Butler's unexpected rise to relevancy, there would be a shift of power in the starting lineup. Last season with Rose out and Butler still learning, the frontcourt took the majority of the responsibilities. Now with Butler and Rose being the primary players, the Bulls' play style would have a new dimension.