The Chicago Bulls were the most impressive team during the 2010-11 regular season, with their NBA-best 62-20 record. The problem came when MVP Derrick Rose struggled in the postseason. He had to battle double teams and inconsistent play from teammates, not to mention the fact that he was shooting poorly.
The Bulls faltered in the Eastern Conference Finals, losing to the villains from South Beach. The Miami Heat made it glaringly obvious that the Bulls desperately need help at the shooting guard position.
Defensively, the Bulls are set with Keith Bogans and Ronnie Brewer, but they both lack scoring ability. Kyle Korver is just the opposite: instant offense, but no defense. What the Bulls really need is a 2-guard who can create his own shot, handle the ball, and play defense.
The Bulls cannot continue to rely solely on Derrick Rose for (cont’d)