Chicago Bulls: This is the perfect lineup for 2020-2021 season

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Chicago Bulls, Coby White
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Point Guards

Starter: Coby White

The one player fans have to be most excited to see this season is second-year point guard Coby White. He’s said throughout the offseason that he’s ready to be the starting point guard for the Bulls. He wants to be that sure fire guy at the position — and the Bulls are ready to give him the reigns.

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As the season came to an abrupt end last year, White was just heating up. We all know what he did down the stretch over his remaining 10 games. We saw big-time outbursts from beyond the arc; scoring in bunches became a regular occurrence.

With White starting, the Bulls have instant offense and excitement at the point guard position, which today’s NBA has seen become necessary.

Next Man Up: Ryan Arcidiacono

Without Kris Dunn or Shaquille Harrison on the roster, it’s a pretty clear path for Arcidiacono to get minutes as the backup. We will certainly see the Bulls use plenty of variety when it comes to their guards, and maybe we even see both White and Arcidiacono on the court at the same time on occasion.

Arcidiacono has been a viable three-point shooter and facilitator when given the opportunity, and another year with these guys will only prove he belongs in the rotation. The comfort level is there. The experience is there. He’s well-worth playing over the unproven, undrafted rookie Devon Dotson, who is the only other true point guard on the team besides White and combo guard Tomas Satoransky.