Keith Bogans started all 82 games for the Chicago Bulls at shooting guard during the 2010-2011 season.
He averaged 4.4 points, 1.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 0.5 steals per game. Now he didn't really play starter minutes, only averaging under 18 minutes per game, but he was the starter nonetheless.
Most games would go by with Bogans playing the first six minutes or so then being replaced by Ronnie Brewer for the next 10 minutes or so.
When the second quarter would start, both Brewer and Kyle Korver would be in the game so who was playing shooting guard and who played small forward wasn't obvious.
Then close to halftime Luol Deng would return, allowing Korver to play SG and then the cycle would start all over after halftime.
Combined, Bogans, Brewer and Korver would make the perfect shooting guard but as a rotation, not so much.
The Bulls have to find someone to play alongside Derrick Rose in the backcourt who can shoot, play defense and at times create his own shot. It might not be possible to find someone they can afford that can do all those things but they should be able to find someone not so one dimensional as the three guys they had last year.
Some potential free agents are Vince Carter, Jason Richardson, Rip Hamilton, Jamal Crawford, Anthony Parker, JR Smith (once he comes back from China in March) and Michael Redd.