The Chicago Bulls enter the 2014-15 with their most talented roster of the Tom Thibodeau era—but they’re far from indestructible.
The Eastern Conference has improved alongside the Bulls, and there are a number of teams capable of stopping them en route to the NBA Finals. LeBron James and his newly loaded Cleveland Cavaliers are only the beginning of the East’s depth this season.
While Chicago has Derrick Rose, the best point guard in the conference when healthy, and a loaded frontcourt, there are still teams with more talent on the wing, more overall speed and more shooting.
By preying on any number of these disadvantages, these Bulls foes could have their fanbase tossing and turning with anxiety come springtime.