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Chicago Bulls: 8 Personnel Moves the Team Should Consider Making
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Last season marked the triumphant start to a new era in Chicago Bulls basketball. The team boasted the best record in the NBA of 62-and-20, led by the league MVP Derrick Rose and Coach of the Year Tom Thibodeau. They made it to the Eastern Conference Finals, a feat not accomplished by the Bulls since a guy named Michael Jordan played for the team.

Although they fell to the Miami Heat in the playoffs, they improved by leaps and bounds over their last two seasons. In both 2009 and 2010, the Bulls were one-and-done playoff pretenders sporting a measly 41-and-41 record in both campaigns. That's a 21-win improvement for those of us keeping track.

Personally, I would call last season a resounding success. However, I do feel that there are a couple minor tweaks to the team that could be made that would cement the Bulls as title contenders next year, and for years to come. 

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