Chicago has lost out on another shooting guard after Courtney Lee was traded to Boston, but another good young NBA guard is available and the front office needs to move quickly to add the depth and scoring this team needs to compete in the Eastern Conference next season.
Brandon Rush has played four good years in the league and the youngster is a restricted free agent, but he could be had if the price is right. The 27-year old averaged 9.8 points and 3.9 rebounds last season for the Warriors, but his strongest asset was shooting over 45% from three-point territory.
The former first round draft pick of Indiana has averaged just over nine points per game for his career, but he has played just 26 minutes per game and would definitely give the Bulls an added option off the bench and possibly a starting option at the two guard.
Chicago has a big need for depth after losing three key members this off-season. With the team also without NBA All-Star Derrick Rose for at least half of the upcoming season, adding a youngster that can shoot and give this team some depth is a must and signing or making a trade for Rush would help this team until they get their top player back.