Roster Reload: Chicago Bulls

The majority of Chicago's star power was gone by postseason, leaving Noah to take the charge. Scott Cunningham/NBAE/Getty Images

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The Bulls really had no business winning 48 games, or winning the No. 4 seed in a playoff bracket. Three of the team's top four players entering the season -- in terms of salary -- were gone by the beginning of the campaign. Carlos Boozer was there in body, but not so much in production, while Derrick Rose watched Chicago's quick postseason exit in street clothes and Luol Deng, who was traded at midseason, could only sit at home planning his free-agent strategy. The lack of star power was apparent as Chicago fell swiftly to the Washington Wizards.