The Chicago Bulls could shape their next five years this offseason, but some tough calls will be made for these changes to come to fruition.
Many of the Bulls' decisions this summer will be tailored around the possibility of signing Carmelo Anthony, one of the NBA's elite scorers. Some familiar faces might be shipped off in order to make the 'Melo fantasy a reality, though.
Chicago will have to make a few decisions on current players as well.
Carlos Boozer has had an amnesty cloud hanging over his head the past two years. Unfortunately for the big man, the forecast doesn't look too good this summer.
The Bulls could also look to address some sort of extension for Jimmy Butler, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract. After being selected to the NBA's All-Defensive Second Team, his value has surely increased some. Teams will look to outbid Chicago as Butler becomes a restricted free agent in 2015.
So, how should Chicago address each situation this July?