Grading The 2013-2014 Chicago Bulls

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Well, the season has ended for the Chicago Bulls. Some say it ended prematurely, while others say it was miraculous that they won 48 games after losing Derrick Rose and Luol Deng. Whatever the case, a good season should not be forgotten by a bad postseason.

The Bulls had a nice run after the rough time they had because of the Rose and Deng losses. After Joakim Noah and coach Tom Thibodeau erased the talk of tanking from people’s minds, the team’s performance was one of the best in the East. They just did not have enough to advance in the postseason. Here are the grades I have for key Bulls personnel.

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  • James Tillman

    Good article Carlos and I think the grades were very accurate. It’s on management to bring in, or at least attempt to bring in another elite scorer. Without that, the Bulls will only be a “good” team instead of great.

  • Odel Neil

    Yes Forman needs to step up now elite coaching can only get us so far, we need offensive players to help the d. So get cracking.