Not that the Bulls had too much at stake, it would have been nice to see the top two picks go out West while both are staying in the Eastern conference. Washington won the #1 slot. Combine that with their cap room, and they could be on a fast track to rebuilding, but I don't think John Wall and no core is enough to entice a major FA away from the Bulls.
The 76ers finished second, and they aren't going to screw up anything we're doing this off-season either. They'll likely select Evan Turner assuming Washington doesn't screw up the Wall pick.
The Nets, who had at least some potential to be a FA threat if they won the #1 pick, finished third. DeMarcus Cousins or Derrick Favors might help them out, but not enough to entice the big boys into thinking they're a great team in the making, especially given their record.
On top of that, an argument was also solved on whether the Bulls were better off making the playoffs or not. Toronto finished with the 13th pick which would have still been sent to Milwaukee if we had missed the playoffs. Those thinking the good move was to tank for the 2% chance at the lotto victory didn't win this year.