Given Derrick Rose's uncertain short term future as one of the league's premier point guards, the Bulls are reportedly planning on making a strong push for two quick fix replacements: Steve Nash and Jason Kidd, according to CSNChicago.com's Aggrey Sam.
The thinking here is that once Rose returns from his torn ACL at full strength, the Bulls will once again rise to the top of the NBA as a serious title contenders. With either Nash or Kidd on board, the team might feel as though they'll be able to weather an early storm and make the playoffs, should Rose be out for a majority of the season.
However, Nash has previously said he's interested in receiving a three-year contract offer this offseason, which is something the Bulls might not be willing to give. And Kidd has stated he's worth a team's mid-level exception, as opposed to being paid the veteran's minimum. With the way Chicago's salary cap is currently structured, both scenarios appear unlikely right now.