The "Bench Mob" Says Goodbye To Chicago

When the Chicago Bulls take the court next season, it will not be the same team that won the most regular season games in the NBA over the last two years. Depth was one of the Bulls' greatest strengths and the majority of the members that made up the self-proclaimed "Bench Mob" will now have a new address next season. Omer Asik is on the Houston Rockets, Ronnie Brewer will play for the New York Knicks , Kyle Korver is an Atlanta Hawk and C.J. Watson will backup Deron Williams on the Brooklyn Nets.

Related: Chicago Bulls' Miserable Offseason Summed Up In One Deleted Tweet From White Sox Account

All those wins made the Bulls a tight-knit unit. Each of the departed members said goodbye on Twitter over the last few days. We have the final words of the "Bench Mob" (Rest In Peace) in a slideshow gallery after the jump...

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