The Chicago Bulls 2010 Hopes

Chris DavisContributor IJuly 21, 2009

The Chicago Bulls should focus on building towards 2010 and later; I think we can all agree on that. They have young players that will blossom into good players. For example, everyone knows Derrick Rose is a superstar-to-be and Luol  Deng—assuming he's healthy—will also be an All-Star player.

Rookie James Johnson also has a chance to be a good player along with Tyrus Thomas. So, if they improve next season they will be in a good situation to land a star player in 2010.

Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and Amar'e Stoudemire are names the Bulls have been interested in signing. But what will draw these players in? Well, definately playing with a young star in Derrick Rose.

Also, the fact they have a young team that has a promising future will help. If you add any of those three guys, the Bulls will be a contender for years to come, since all three are pretty young also.

Dwyane Wade. This superstar has expressed his interest in coming to Chicago. But he would love to stay in Miami if they are a contender, so what do they need to do to land Wade?

That is simple: make an improvement and beat Miami in the standings. If they do that Wade will feel that this young team will make it to the finals with his help.

Chris Bosh. Heck, to get Bosh all the Bulls have to do is offer him money and a chance to get to the playoffs because he has said he wants to leave Toronto. Who can blame him? They were probably the biggest upset in the NBA in '08-'09.

Amar'e Stoudemire. Well, he is just a last resort.

The Bulls are probably going to get some 2010 star, whether its Jermaine O'neal, Wade, Bosh, Joe Johnson, Amar'e, or Michael Redd.

So in conclusion, if the Bulls don't stink next season, they should get a star player.