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 hasn't taken long, but "Jimmer Fever" has already come rushing into the Windy City.
When Michael Jordan came out of retirement in 1995, the Chicago Bulls were in a good, not great, position.
With his recent spectacular play, it could be argued Joakim Noah could be the face of Chicago sports.