Team execs say two teams are most active right now: Orlando (looking for size) and Chicago (scoring guard).
Well, unsurprisingly, the Bulls are aware of the same problem fans have been griping about all season long. However, I don't expect a considerable upgrade to come through. The primary problem is simply a lack of trade assets worth spending on a useful target.
The Bulls basically have draft picks to trade. That's not really a whole heck of a lot. They can absorb a little bit of salary and match salary mostly with two year commitment players, even if those players are on reasonable contracts that might not be appealing to teams.
We'll see what they can make happen, they're clearly trying, but my expectations are low. They spent a lot of effort getting in position to improve the team this summer. They went out and significantly improved the team. The Bulls should win 50 game for the first time since the Jordan era, and have a considerable improvement over the past three seasons.
However, now that they've done that, fans want more. However, it's simply not that easy, they bled a lot of assets to improve the team as much as they did. If every team could simply improve by wanting to improve there'd be 30 championship contenders every year, but it's simply not that easy.