Blueprint for Chicago Bulls to Revamp Roster During 2014 Offseason

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Blueprint for Chicago Bulls to Revamp Roster During 2014 Offseason
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It's only a single joint, but one knee can change the entire trajectory of a franchise's long-term path. 

When Derrick Rose went down with a torn meniscus, an injury that will knock him out for the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign, the Chicago Bulls' future plans were thrown into uncertainty. No longer are they guaranteed to have a superstar point guard at the center of everything. 

And as K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune suggests on Twitter, "Rose will return next season to a different Bulls team."

While it's still possible for Chicago to keep all the prominent pieces together in the hopes of rekindling their championship hopes in 2014-15, it's more likely that the team recognizes the closing nature of the title window.

Once that happens, it's all about figuring out how to revamp the roster in the best way possible.

Well, this would be the best way.

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