Let's try that again with some content!
You guys obviously don't follow the Bulls too much - firstly, Jerry Reinsdorf is still the owner, while Jerry Krause has been gone for about two years as GM, being replaced by John Paxson.
Let's face it, Jordan staying in Chicago would have done what??? Nothing, when Phil said it was done, that was it. Sure the Bulls have traded some good players, but having a good player or two doesn't mean the team will be that great or that is where management want to take the team in the future. I think the above mentioned players have all shown that there are good reasons for why they have gone to other teams. Jamal Crawford was a ball hog for a PG and we have Kirk who is far superior in all aspects of the game, and we have also picked up what appears to be a true point guard in Chris Duhon. Jay Williams if you remember rightly was injured very badly in a motorbike accident and as far as I know has not recovered enough to hit the floor - I caan't even find him listed anywhere.
Yes, I guess we all hope that the Bulls keep the current team together as they have shown in such little time together, a very promising future, much more promising than before. I personally think the two clean outs or so were necessary as they traded for players etc but it just didn't work out. Skiles seems to be getting great stuff out of the players and they are starting to gel. So far they've shown faith in Eddy Curry and Tyson Chandler. I do think that there will be future trades as some of the vets in Antonio Davis etc move on so we can get some more established players to compliment the fantastic youth we have in Hinrich, Duhon, Deng, Gordon, Nocioni etc Go Bulls!