Chicago Bulls' Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2014 Offseason

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Chicago Bulls' Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2014 Offseason
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The Chicago Bulls have put together their best team in the Derrick Rose era. But all of the new additions can have both positive and negative impacts on current—or new—players.

The Bulls struck out on their No. 1 target in Carmelo Anthony, but in doing so, they were able to fill out the roster with some high-quality players and now boast one of the NBA's deepest teams.

From Pau Gasol to rookie Doug McDermott to signing 2011 draft pick Nikola Mirotic, Chicago has built a team ready to contend for the Eastern Conference crown. There are only 240 minutes to dole out, though, and on a deep team like this, some players could be short-changed.

But there are a lot of positives in having such a robust roster.

Rose, who's coming off of two major knee surgeries, will benefit from all of the help around him, and he may be able to play off the ball quite a bit now. There may even be a chance for one of the Bulls' rookies to step in and make an impact right away, something seldom seen during the Tom Thibodeau era.

So, who are the winners and losers of this offseason?

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