http://www.dailyherald.com/search/main_story.asp?intid=37998111November's trade with Toronto offered another opportunity to play Monday morning general manager, especially with the Bulls struggling so often to reach 90 points.
What if general manager John Paxson had accepted the Raptors' first proposal of Jerome Williams, Alvin Williams and Morris Peterson for Jalen Rose?
In that scenario, the Bulls would have an experienced third guard in Alvin Williams to help take the scoring pressure off Jamal Crawford and Kirk Hinrich. Peterson would provide another option at small forward, which has been a tough spot for the Bulls to fill.
The Bulls wouldn't have Antonio Davis, and it's difficult to say what effect that would have on the interior defense. But they still would have Donyell Marshall, who can play in the post, and Jerome Williams, whose defensive skills have been helpful.