The Bulls roster looks quite different than it did a month ago.
The team shipped Luol Deng to Cleveland earlier in the month, and Saturday it was reported the Bulls agreed to trade Marquis Teague to Brooklyn.
With Derrick Rose's injury and the Bulls with a less-than-desired record, are more trades on the horizon?
ESPN Chicago's Nick Friedell joined SportsNet Central on Saturday and said the Bulls probably have a few more moves left in them.
"There's a really good chance they're not done. You know Gar Forman and John Paxson have those phones up to their ears right now as we speak," Friedell said. "I think they're going to make at least one or two more trades. They know that this team does not have enough talent right now to contend for a title. If they can get a first-round pick for a guy like Mike Dunleavy, Kirk Hinrich, if they can get a future asset, those guys will be on the way out and the Bulls will look to build even more for the future."
Trades have already signaled that the Bulls are planning for the future, a future that involves a healthy Rose. If that's the mind set on the West Side, more moves could be coming.
Check out what else Friedell had to say regarding hot Bulls topics in the video above.