Chicago Bulls Mock Draft: Post 2019 NBA Lottery Edition

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The Chicago Bulls did not have the best of luck in the NBA Draft Lottery, falling to the seventh pick in the 2019 NBA Draft. Here’s who the Bulls could go with in the draft.

The Chicago Bulls have had better nights in franchise history than Tuesday night.

The Bulls, who had the fourth-best odds to land the top pick in the draft, fell to the seventh-overall pick for the third consecutive year.

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This obviously leaves the Bulls out of contention for any of the three top prospects in the draft barring a trade, hence the great dissapointment amongst Bulls fans.

However, I happen to think that the Bulls will be just fine at number seven. This draft happens to be stacked with talent within the top-ten and the likelihood that the Bulls land a future All-Star with the seventh pick in the draft is certainly greater than most years.

We’ll get to the Bulls pick later on, but despite the letdown of falling out of the top five, there is a reason for optimism heading into next month’s NBA Draft.

For one, the Bulls’ top position of need, point guard, will likely be filled in this draft (spoiler alert, I love their top option). Furthermore, falling to seven increases the odds that the Bulls at least shop their first round pick in an effort to acquire either a higher pick in the draft or an established rising star.

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The draft is almost a full month away and in the coming weeks the Bulls will certainly narrow down their options at pick seven. However, those options are limited, and I believe that there is just one player that the Bulls should consider with their first pick in the NBA Draft.

Let’s take a look at the hopeful Bulls point guard of the future.