Chicago Bulls: How to fix the point guard problem this season

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There are many different ways to address the point guard position for the Bulls. Some are good and some are bad, but what is the best way to address a glaring need?

The Chicago Bulls have a glaring need heading into the offseason. It’s no secret that they are in the market for a point guard. With Kris Dunn not playing well, the Bulls need to find a solution to that problem.

What would be the best route to fixing the point guard position? Don’t worry Bulls fans, it does not include a trade involving Lonzo Ball. Ball is a young defensive point guard, but he does not give the Bulls the necessary tools to be successful in the NBA.

For starters, a recent mock draft was released by Sports Illustrated. At number seven, the Chicago Bulls were slated to select Coby White, the guard from North Carolina.

According to the article, the selection of either White or Darius Garland would be a great addition, but Garland most likely will not be available at number seven. The Bulls would get a point guard, who could be a reliable scorer and a creative playmaker.

With the addition of Coby White, who would most likely start at the beginning of the season? The Bulls would need to add some veteran help to help give the position some significant improvement.

Kris Dunn has one more year left on his contract, but the Bulls might try to find a trade partner for his services. If Kris Dunn is traded, the Bulls would explore the free agent market.

The Bulls would need to look for some veteran help to back him up. The possible addition of either Terry Rozier from Boston or Patrick Beverley from the Clippers can fill that role and be a reliable option off the bench.

Finally, the third point guard position would best be suited for Ryan Arcidiacono. Ryan proved to be a valuable resource for the young Bulls squad last year. He deserves a role on the team.

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The rotation of White, Beverly/Rozier, and Arcidiacono would be much improved for the Bulls heading into the next season. How would you fix the point guard position this offseason? There are many different routes to go. It is up to the Bulls front office led by Gar Forman and John Paxson get it done.