Chicago Bulls: 5 Point Guards to consider in the 2018 NBA Draft

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MEMPHIS, TN – MARCH 24: Aaron Holiday
MEMPHIS, TN – MARCH 24: Aaron Holiday /

70. . Point Guard. UCLA Bruins. Aaron Holiday. 5. player

The Chicago Bulls already have one Holiday on the roster, could they really draft another? They very well could. In the 2016-2017 season, Lonzo Ball was the lead guard on a UCLA team that made it deep into the NCAA Tournament. This season, it will be a bit of a different roster with Lonzo Ball and T.J. Leaf making the journey to NBA Rosters in the 2017 NBA Draft. With many changes to the roster, and newcomers LiAngelo Ball and Jaylen Hands joining the Bruins this season, the team may look to Aaron Holiday to provide veteran leadership needed for another deep tournament run.

In 2 seasons with the Bruins so far, Holiday was averaged just over 11 points per game with 4 assists as well. The biggest reason that the Chicago Bulls should draft him is his ability to shoot the 3 pointer. In the 2 seasons he has played in college, Holiday is shooting over 41% from distance, something the Bulls have not seen at the point guard position since Kirk Hinrich. Not even Derrick Rose, who was the former Bulls savior, could consistently shoot the 3 ball.

Currently, Holiday is projected to be the 50th pick in the 2018 Draft according to the website Despite the Bulls more than likely having a top 5 pick, Holiday should be around when the Bulls name is called again in the early stages of the second round. It may be a bit of reach, but the team desperately needs to find their very own Lonzo Ball.