The trade deadline came and went with very little action for the Bulls, but with buyout season now underway, rumors are starting to pick up a bit. NBA.com's David Aldridge reported Friday night that the Bulls are interested in Glen Davis, and several other names have been linked to Chicago.
Ronnie Brewer is also on the market as well, but there hasn't been any report of Bulls interest yet. At least I haven't seen any.
Davis could probably be useful to help with the big-man rotation, and he has familiarity with Thibs. However, it appears Big Baby will likely go to the Clippers or Nets, per ESPN's Marc Stein and others. No thanks on Jamison and Granger. Brown could be a decent addition, although he has been just about useless in limited minutes this season (he has a negative PER).
Out of all these guys, I would like to see Gordon signed, because I have irrational love for his game due to his first stint in Chicago. Gordon has been pretty checked out the last few seasons in Charlotte, but I feel like Thibs could possible revive his career.
Of course, the Bulls are being mindful of their limited space under the luxury tax, so they may not actually sign anybody for the rest of the year at this time. From what Mark Deeks of Sham Sports has detailed, it depends on bonuses to Taj Gibson. Deeks did clarify recently that if the Bulls are assuming at best Taj gets 2nd-team All-Defense they could sign someone for the rest of the season immediately. Otherwise, they'll continue this 10-day dance all the way until April 3rd.