Category: Draft Coverage

Time to Transition..

Time to Transition..
Happy Tuesday. I hope this letter finds you in good spirits. This isn’t a usual post, and really has nothing to do with any news regarding the Bulls. However, this post does have something to do with the future and a plan. We are looking to get younger and more athletic, and our team at... Read more »

How Did We Get Here | The Chicago Bulls Draft History Pt. 2

How Did We Get Here | The Chicago Bulls Draft History Pt. 2
Throughout the coming weeks the team at Bulls Confidential will be diving into every aspect of the Chicago Bulls franchise. We want to figure out–How the Bulls got to where they are today? What are some ways to get back to where they were? What were some of the mistakes that were made? Basically we... Read more »

How Did We Get Here | The Chicago Bulls Draft History

How Did We Get Here | The Chicago Bulls Draft History
Throughout the coming weeks the team at Bulls Confidential will be diving into every aspect of the Chicago Bulls franchise. We want to figure out–How the Bulls got to where they are today? What are some ways to get back to where they were? What were some of the mistakes that were made? Basically we... Read more »
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2015 NBA Draft Recap

2015 NBA Draft Recap
Are you kidding me?! The Bulls got a Top 10 talent at pick 22. I did not do a write-up on Bobby Portis because I thought the latest he would last was at pick 16. While the Bulls needed some a backup point guard, some wing depth, and some athleticism, the Bulls got the steal... Read more »

2015 NBA Draft - Suggestions

Below is a ranking of players I would draft based on whom I feel will be available at our pick. I am all about drafting the best player available. Our most important need is point guard, backup big man, and overall athleticism. Fortunately, it is most likely that a point guard or an athletic swingman... Read more »

2015 NBA Draft Prospects (2nd Round)

This draft, I feel, has some good role player potential in the second round this year. I feel there are so many similar wing players could go undrafted and be a stick for some team such as Ray Rice or Wesley Saunders that have a chance to make the league while many second rounders will... Read more »
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2015 Other NBA First Round Possibilities

Unfortunately, I was not able to get to all prospects I like at our range. I even had a full write-up on Jerian Grant from last year when I thought he might declare to being out for a semester. I also really like the player Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. Tyus Jones and Bobby Portis will most likely... Read more »

Draft Profile: R.J. Hunter, 6'6, SG, 185 lbs., Junior, Georgia State

Draft Profile: R.J. Hunter, 6'6, SG, 185 lbs., Junior, Georgia State
Overview Hunter is a 6’6 shooting guard that is known as a scorer coming from a small school. Hunter possesses average athleticism, good length, and can be a versatile offensive player. Hunter has the size, smarts, and skill-set to be a good player at the next level, but can he it do efficiently as his... Read more »

Draft Profile: Terry Rozier, 6'2, PG, 190 lbs., Sophomore, Louisville

Draft Profile: Terry Rozier, 6'2, PG, 190 lbs., Sophomore, Louisville
Overview    Rozier is a very talented and explosive player at the point guard position who can put up points in a hurry. Rozier has great blow by ability, is ultra-aggressive (some of it is the Louisville system), and is a very good defender. The issue is: Is Rozier efficient enough to play at this... Read more »
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Draft Profile: Rashad Vaughn, 6'5, SG, 200 lbs., Freshman, UNLV

Draft Profile: Rashad Vaughn, 6'5, SG, 200 lbs., Freshman, UNLV
Overview Vaughn is a shooting guard with nice size at 6’5 and 200 lbs. While raw, Vaughn has many elite scoring skills in that he can slash a little, shoot, is confident, and an above average athlete. He will most likely be near available around our pick. Athletic Ability Athletically, while Vaughn is not a... Read more »