According to Marc Spears of yahoo sports, Josh Howard has been working out in Charlotte, and the Bulls are among the teams interested.
Josh Howard's another name in the list of guys who had a few high quality years, hasn't done anything recently after suffering a bunch of injuries, and is trying to hang on in the NBA.
Now there are two scenarios where adding Josh Howard would work out great:
1: We can create a pill that takes past the last six years of his life and puts him on our team as he was in 2006.
2: We ignore his first name and just send out press releases saying we added "Howard" to the team in a hope to trick opponents into thinking it's Dwight Howard.
Both plans are flawed, with the magic pill we should aim to get Jordan back instead, and if we're going to go with the name trick on a washed up injured veteran why not go with Jerome James?
In all seriousness, there's no reason to believe Josh Howard can play at an NBA level, there's no reason to believe the Bulls are interested, and given that they can't even legally offer him the veteran minimum because of the hard cap, it's impossible that they add him for the season anyway.
This sounds more like a piece where Spears wanted to do his buddy a favor and put him out in the press to drum up interest than any possible real interest being had.