The Bulls were considered a surprise in 2010, clinching the top seed in the east over the favored Miami Heat and Boston Celtics. However, come playoff time it was apparent the Bulls had some big flaws.
The first one they need to address would be getting a valuable shooting guard. This is not only a need, but could also knock out another concern in acquiring a second scoring option.
Keith Bogans started all 82 regular season games for Chicago, and while his contributions were not offensive, he is still possibly the worst starting shooting guard in the NBA.
Derrick Rose was solid in the postseason, but it was shown in the series with the Heat that the MVP needed help.
With that being said, let's look at some shooting guards that could help Chicago make an even better run.