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The Bulls have been a mess this year.
The team changed coaches this off-season, hoping a new system would take their solid roster to the next level.
The opposite has happened though, as the Bulls have presented a much weaker product this season on both sides of the floor. Is it time to move some players and shake up this unit?
With Chicago heading into the All-Star break having lost 13 of their past 18 games and sliding to seventh in the East with a 27-25 record.
At this point, the realization has to come from the front office that this group does not have enough to win with. Changes are in order. Moves have to be made with the trade deadline approaching Feb. 18.
The big problem is that the pieces they have that hold value are banged up. Noah is out for the season and Taj Gibson is hobbled with a ankle injury. Pau is playing great basketball, but how much will a team return for a player who is 35 years old? What direction is this team looking to go in with the pieces they do keep as well?

Is it time for the Bulls to shake up the roster?

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@mchlyang yea thats what i heard for more money
@sanRico Wow ungrateful SOB!
@kyleberke I agree, firing THIBS was a horrible choice by this franchise. They really look undisciplined out there. What they fail to notice is that they don't have the firepower on offense other teams do.. but they can win if they play defense and rebound the ball. THIBS pushes that, which is a large reason why they were so successful
@mchylang I think they need to create a package deal to acquire another player solid young piece next to Rose and Butler. Moving gasol and another guy may get them that.
@sanrico I'm not sure if he desires in fact to leave, I think based on his quotes that he feels as if the team doesn't value him like they should. He will find out where he stands when he opts out this summer. With that being said, he has been playing much better as of late. He's getting healthy.