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

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Chicago Bulls, Zach LaVine
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Starter: Zach LaVine

Another season in Chicago, another season chock full of highlight reels featuring Zach LaVine dunks. But, that’s not all — and he wants you to know it. LaVine has developed into far more than just a great dunker. LaVine has become “the man” for the Bulls, and has been able to take over games on many occasions.

If LaVine can somehow become a better defender, even by a small increment, his game will soar. LaVine was so close to being an All Star last season, and if the Bulls find a way to win just a few more games, he might get there this season.

30 points on any given night plus some highly underrated passing should prompt LaVine’s best year yet as a pro. Donovan is going to get LaVine’s full potential out of him.

Next Man Up: Tomas Satoransky

If he’s not a true point guard, Satoransky is a combo guard and may even qualify as a wing, depending on what kind of rotation Donovan is running. The size of Satoransky makes him versatile, and he’s experienced in setting up his offense.

He won’t blow the roof off offensively, but he’s as steady as they come. He’ll be better than any alternatives at this point, and the Bulls are paying him as an important part of this team.