With LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh leading one of the NBA’s strongest free-agent classes in years, fans in Chicago are salivating. The Bulls have enough salary cap space—$30 million—to nab two major stars and are readying their pitch. Acquiring James and another great could mean contending in the championship for years to come. Bulls general manager Gar Forman acknowledged he was feeling the pressure. Henry Thomas, agent for Wade and Bosh, confirmed the players had talked to the Bulls. Joe Johnson, Amare Stoudemire, and Dirk Nowitzki are also available, and a team could be put in a tough position if one player wants to sign as they await the decision of another. Forman says he’s been working on the hypotheticals. But nerves aside, Chicago has been waiting for this moment for a long time. Last summer, their leading scorer, Ben Gordon, signed with Detroit, and John Salmons and Kirk Hinrich were traded away. With the freed up salary space, the question becomes whether they can sell stars on the team with visions of future championship glory. All eyes are on the agents starting Thursday at midnight.