Last season, Derrick Rose was able to capture his first career MVP award while averaging 25 points per game and dishing out seven assists, all while being double-teamed and more by every team in the league. One main reason for Rose constantly being double-teamed, despite his great ability, was the lack of a shooting presence from their shooting guard.
The Bulls starting shooting guard was Keith Bogans. In 82 starts last year, Bogans averaged a measly 4.4 points per game while his backup, Ronnie Brewer, averaged 6.2 points off the bench.
In order for the Bulls to take the next step, and compete for a championship, they will need to find a shooter that can keep teams honest while defending Rose.
Here is a list of five potential shooting guard options.