Once Carlos Boozer returns to the lineup it will not only provide further fire-power and scoring from the PF position, but it will also strengthen the rotation in many ways.
First and foremost, I believe it SHOULD get Keith Bogans out of the main rotation. I personally do not see why Bogans is starting and playing minutes on this team. He really hasn't shown much on the defensive end, and lately he has been horrible on offense (especially with three point shooting). I am becoming a big believer in Ronnie Brewer. Lately, C.J. Watson has also shown an ability the play the 2-guard position in smaller lineups which enables Rose to play off the ball. Because of this, I believe the rotation should go like this...
Starters = Rose, Brewer, Deng, Boozer, Noah
5:00 first quarter - Korver in for Brewer (Rose, Korver, Deng, Boozer, Noah)
2:00 first quarter - Taj in for Boozer (Rose, Korver, Deng, Taj, Noah)
Start of 2nd quarter - Asik in for Noah (Rose, Korver, Deng, Taj, Asik)
9:00 2nd quarter - Watson in for Rose, Brewer back in for Deng (Watson, Brewer, Korver, Taj, Asik)
7:00 2nd quarter - Boozer in for Asik (Watson, Brewer, Korver, Boozer, Taj)
5:00 2nd quarter - Rose in for Watson, Deng in for Korver, Noah in for Taj (Rose, Brewer, Deng, Boozer, Noah)
* Second quarter is about the same rotation but start the substitutions earlier and probably have Korver in for Brewer at end of game
- Asik should only be getting about 8 minutes a game with a 3 big man rotation between Noah/Taj/Boozer
- Bogans is only used in foul trouble situations or with injury