Final First-Half Player Power Rankings for Chicago Bulls

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Final First-Half Player Power Rankings for Chicago Bulls
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The Chicago Bulls have been short-handed most of the year, but it hasn't stopped them from competing every night.

We’re nearing the halfway point of the 2013-14 season, so it’s time to take a look back at how the Chicago Bulls’ players have performed. 

It’s been a rough season for Chicago, from beginning the year with championship aspirations to now blowing up the team’s core and initiating the rebuilding process.

Despite the team’s shortcomings, the Bulls have still managed to remain competitive and, as a result, have provided us with some big performances along the way. There have been more than a few inconsistencies throughout, however, with a couple of players having up-and-down weeks or even months.

Injuries also plagued the Bulls: Not only was Derrick Rose lost for the entire 2013-14 campaign, but iron man Jimmy Butler has missed some time with numerous injuries. Luol Deng also dealt with some bumps and bruises prior to being traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Carlos Boozer is dealing with a knee injury.

While it may seem like a tough road ahead for Chicago, there are still some bright spots and reasons to be excited.

Given that Derrick Rose has been inactive for a majority of the season, he will be excluded from the list.


Note: Stats are accurate as of Jan. 9, 2013.

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