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PG- Derrick Rose
SG- Ronnie Brewer
SF- Luol Deng
PF- Carlos Boozer
C- Joakim Noah
Just because a team outs out a starting five doesn't mean their best five are out on the court to start a game.
Bogans is in to start as more of a filler. Brewer is a nice weapon that serves a better role off the bench. If a team shows its best cards right away, then what else is there to show?
Chicago's best have the perfect mix of offense and defense that often benefits each side of play.
Brewer is a weak offensive player, but his knack for baseline scoring makes for a twist in an opponent's defensive scheme. His defensive prowess and huge mitts make him a nice middle man to give Deng support with his tough assignments, and to cover up for the deficiencies Rose may have in his aggressive style of play.
Boozer may be a weak defender, but his rebounding helps out Noah, who most often is battling to get loose balls or creating space for teammates to do so.
On the other side, Boozer's ability to run a pick-and-pop takes attention off of Noah's lack of a scoring touch, leaving him open while defenders put an extra man on No. 5 in some situations.