For most of the last decade, it wasn’t very hard to figure out the best players in the NBA.
As the Bulls prepare for the start of a new season, one off-the-court issue could cause some stress for the front office.
The Eastern Conference continues to be weaker than its Western counterpart as a whole, but following another offseason of significant player movement, the landscape looks a bit different.
The 2014 NBA Draft class, while perhaps not as ready to make a major immediate impact as once believed, still appears to a banner crop of potential stars and long-term contributors in the league.
The Bulls are sure to go hard after New York Knicks impending free agent Carmelo Anthony this summer, but if they strike out on the Knicks' sharpshooter there could be a Plan B to pursue in 2015.