The Bulls should have some financial flexibility this summer, particularly if they utilize the amnesty clause on Carlos Boozer.
They still may have to get creative in terms of a sign-and-trade deal (or potentially trade a player to free up more cap space), but Chicago has the opportunity to make noise in the offseason.
The Bulls' tenacious defense keeps them competitive despite their unfortunate injuries. Imagine how scary this squad would be if they could net an All-Star-caliber weapon who brings life to their inconsistent offense. They would instantly be title contenders.
Let's examine who the Bulls should soon target.
A couple of notes:
1. You will not find LeBron James, who has an early-termination option, on this slideshow because the chances of him joining the Bulls appear slim to none.
2. You will also not see foreigner Nikola Mirotic, who Chicago could lure over the summer but they have the rights to him. He's not a free agent on the open market.