After LeBron's big decision, which free agency and trade moves lie ahead for the Chicago Bulls?
LeBron James heading back to Cleveland has changed the face of the NBA.
It was also the free agency decision holding up everything else, and like a game of dominoes, teams are now expected to begin making key moves.
Here is a look at two high profile moves the Chicago Bulls have been linked with making over the past 24 hours:
Yahoo Sports correspondent Adrian Wojnarowski claims the Bulls are exploring the possibility of signing Dwyane Wade.
Wade opted out of his deal in Miami, hoping LeBron James would renew, but his decision to re-sign with Cleveland will likely cause him to explore his own options further.
Wade looked off the pace in the play-offs, but his overall contribution to Miami in recent years has been key, and he is the type of free agent who would inject fresh impetus into a title chasing Chicago team.
Newspaper the Chicago Tribune writes that the Bulls are very keen on attracting Pau Gasol away from the LA Lakers.
Gasol has recently been in talks with OKC, but the paper suggests he is emerging as a real priority for the Bulls after seeing their pursuit of Carmelo Anthony begin to fade.
The Bulls are in position to offer Gasol substantially more than he can earn in LA, and a team in a better position to challenge for the championship.
The suggested shape of the proposed deal would be a sign-and-trade with Carlos Boozer heading in the opposite direction.