3 ways the Chicago Bulls can mirror the Celtics’ recent successJosh De Lucaon May 21, 2022 at 11:00 am

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In 2022, the Chicago Bulls have made the playoffs for the first time in 5 seasons. This is a successful season for many franchises but the Bulls organization and its fans are always looking for the team to take that next giant leap.

The Bulls have been no strangers to making big changes or adjustments to the roster in order to improve the team.

In March of the 2021 season, the Bulls acquired All-Star Nikola Vucevic from the Orlando Magic in exchange for young former draft choice Wendell Carter Jr., veteran forward Otto Porter, and two first-round picks.

On top of that massive deal, during the following offseason, Chicago agreed to a sign-and-trade of former San Antonio Spurs All-Star DeMar DeRozan. Along with a few other signings like point guards Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso, the stage was set for this last season in which the Bulls finished 46-36. That was good for 6th in the Eastern Conference.

With only four teams left fighting for a spot in this year’s NBA Finals, everyone is wondering what moves the Bulls can make this offseason to make that even bigger leap and have them playing into early June next season.

The Chicago Bulls are hoping to build on the great season they had in 2021-22.

One of those four teams, the Boston Celtics, has seemed to find the recipe to do so. In four of the last six NBA seasons, the Boston Celtics have reached the Eastern Conference Finals. So, what exactly do the Chicago Bulls need to accomplish this offseason so that they can mirror the postseason success of the Boston Celtics?

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