All indications are that Derrick Rose won't be able to play much, if at all, for the Chicago Bulls next season. His torn ACL will keep him out until at least January—and possible longer. So, the Bulls are going to need to figure out their point guard situation this offseason. And, some reports out of Chicago are saying that the Bulls could be interested in signing either Steve Nash or Jason Kidd to fill the void that D-Rose left. The only problem? The Bulls are already dangerously close to going over the salary cap, so they might not be able to afford either of them.

They have to figure something out, though. Otherwise, they'll be watching the Eastern Conference Finals at home again next season. So, who's the best option?

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[via Eye On Basketball]