We promise not to follow Carlos Boozer's year in Los Angeles all season long, but it appears the former Bulls veteran has been penciled in as the Lakers' starting power forward.
For the first time since 2009, the Bulls have two first-round picks. Holding the No. 16 and No.
It’s no secret the Bulls are in need of some offensive firepower heading into next season. After all, they ranked dead last among the 30 NBA teams in scoring average and field goal percentage.
It's sure to be an offseason full of change for the Bulls, who bowed out in the NBA playoffs on Tuesday after falling to the Wizards in five games.