The Bulls are in the midst of a rebuilding process supported by trading their star Jimmy Butler to the Timberwolves. It will only be a matter of time to tell if the Front Office of the Bulls made the right decision, whether they made the best trade, draft the right players, added free agents and more. When John Paxson and Gar Forman took over they fired Coach Tom Thibodeau and signed Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo reported by Chicago Tribune's KC Johnson.

Trading Butler to Timberwolves objective was not just getting Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and Lauri Markkanen to the Bulls but for the rebuilding process.

The Bulls are leaning towards getting a high lottery pick for 2 or more seasons to come. With the rebuilding stage of the Bulls, how difficult will it be for them to win games next season?

Winning games for the Bulls next season

The fans' patience will be tested for the next seasons. With their team having a very young squad; the Bulls will be offensively and defensively challenged. The 12 players in the projected team have an average of 4 or less playing years.

The Bulls executive John Paxson is positive that the Bulls will be great again through the rebuilding process. He believes that it is not just about today and is confident that they added three talented young players namely Dunn, LaVine and Markkanen.

He also believed that they will have high draft picks in the future and seen many teams succeeded in the rebuilding process that was built through the draft picks.

Pressure to the Bulls drafting ability

The room for error for the Bulls is very small in terms of drafting and developing the skills of the young players. The rebuilding process puts a lot of pressure to Paxson, Forman, coach Hoiberg and Bulls' staff.

They don't have a star to rely on without Rose, Butler and Wade is on the declining stage of his career.

Bulls’ owner shows a lot of confidence to Paxson and Forman's ability to produce talent and build the roster. The Bulls would keep the duo even if the Bulls will miss consecutive playoffs.

The Bulls are hoping that the team does well in the future.

With LaVine successfully comes back healthy from his torn left ACL, Dunn puts an effective rookie season and Markkanen shows his talents in the NBA and be not a bust in the draft pick. The rebuilding process centers with Bobby Portis and Denzel Valentine which are expected to have major roles in this rebuilding process.

However if they fail to sync the young group and have future draft picks very little impact, that would make the acquisition of high-priced veterans impossible. If this happens, then Bulls' owner has no choice and should make a move.