Yes, we are all excited in the upcoming 2010 free agent class. Lebron, Wade, and Bosh are the top 3 free agents in this class. They are followed by, in no particular order, Johnson, Boozer, and Stoudemire. The Bulls are in position to sign one max free agent. Forget Lebron James, he is not going anywhere, not even the Bright lights of New York can lure him out of Cleveland. Now, the Bulls are only down with two top free agents, Wade and Bosh. Acquiring one of them will be the Bull's Plan A. Based on what we are hearing and my feeling is that it's going to be a long shot for the Bulls two get Wade or Bosh. If the Bulls indeed fail on plan A then on to Plan B which is getting Johnson or Boozer or Stoudemire (if he will opt ouy of his contract). I do think the Bulls are likely to land any of the three if they fail plan A. Okay, let's not get to excited here, as the Bulls, in the past, have not been so lucky in Free Agency. Not even the presidential-like treatment the Bulls gave to T-mac when he arrived at airport lured him to play in ChiTown.
If all fails then the Bulls should have a plan C, right? So my thoughts are, if they don't get any of the name mentioned above then they would have to settle with plan C, which i think is not bad at all and is far better than the RON MERCER-BRAD MILLER 2000 Free Agency. Here goes Plan C,with about 20 million in salary cap on hand, the Bulls can get two quality players in DAVID LEE and MANU GINOBILI. They both complement the play of Drose. The Bulls starting line-up of ROSE, MANU, DENG, LEE, and NOAH still looks very formidable with HINRICH, GIBSON coming of the bench. I think this is not bad at all if the Bulls do fail in acquiring a big time free agent. It is way better than the MERCER signing.
Let's just brace ourselves for what is to going to happen come Free Agency. We are all hoping that our Bulls can land one top free agent.
If plan A and B fails then how about plan C?