Tracy McGrady was what the Bulls thought he was.
He proved after his Monday workout that he still sees himself as a starter in the NBA, that he has a me-first personality, and that he has lost his quickness and jumping ability.
So it's back to the drawing board for the Chicago Bulls as they search for one more wingman to complete their 12-man roster.
According to a report in The Oregonian, the Bulls are one of the teams in conversations with the Portland Trailblazers for Rudy Fernandez, the Spanish shooting guard.
ESPN.com and the Chicago Tribune reported that the team has talked with representitives of Eddie House, Roger Mason Jr., and Keith Bogans.
Aside from those players, other decent options exist. The Bulls may let some time pass before making their final signing.
Still, when they make their final roster decision, it will almost certainly be one of the following players.