Chicago Bulls: Top 5 options at no. 7 overall

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Chicago Bulls, Cam Reddish
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Guard/Forward Cam Reddish, Duke

Already, I have seen so many fans clamoring for Cam Reddish on social media. I think a lot of them have completely sunk into the idea that the Bulls have the seventh pick and are grasping at straws in an attempt to feel better about the situation.

While I like the idea of Reddish, I did notice there were a lot of times where he could not knock down open looks while playing alongside of Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett. Next to stars like those, Reddish should have been able to do much more.

Still, Reddish is a lot like Little, but with a much more developed jumper. Reddish is a little streaky, but he has always been known to have one of the better-looking releases and could certainly develop into a great spot-up shooter at the pro level.

Right now, the Bulls are set at the wing with Zach LaVine and Otto Porter, but Reddish would make for a nice addition off the bench — I know, a role player at no. 7. That’s where we are at this point.