Chicago Bulls Draft: Top Round 2 forward prospects

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Chicago Bulls, Louis King
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Louis King, Oregon

Last but not least, Louis King out of Oregon presents a potentially fun, exciting player later in the draft. The Bulls already have a high-flying dunker in Zach LaVine, but King would give Chicago another one of those types.

King loves to run the break and finish alley oops with authority. He’s one of the better athletes in this year’s draft at the small forward position, and the Bulls would add a high-upside kid to their bench by selecting him.

Offensively, he is not going to impress beyond measure. King is an average scorer, and is more of a three-point specialist (over 38 percent last season). Consider King your typical 3-and-D prospect and more of a “glue” guy who can offer a handful of momentum-shifting plays on both ends of the court.

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The biggest thing he can do going into the NBA is add a bit of muscle to his frame and continue to work on his pull-up jumper. If he can better figure out when to pull up and shoot, and when to dish the ball, his game would take a big step.