The summer of 2010 may have not lived up to what most fans were dreaming of when John Salmons got sent to Milwaukee at the trading deadline, and Kirk Hinrich, the longest tenured Bull, was traded away on draft night, but it still has been one hell of a summer. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/411149-the-end-of-an-era-chicago-bulls-trade-hinrich-to-clear-cap-space
The Bulls hired there new coach who has championship experience with the Boston Celtics. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/401863-chicago-bulls-hire-hall-of-famer
They signed an All-Star power forward who will be the best post presence the team has had since Elton Brand. Interestingly enough, he followed Brand at Duke.
Also, they added a sharpshooter and a young, tall, and athletic defensive specialist.
So yes they may have missed out on the big three of Lebron, Wade and Bosh but they are building a very good team that may just give the Miami three a run for their money. But the question now with nine players under contract who will help fill out the roster.
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