It’s no secret that the Chicago Bulls want to upgrade the point guard position. How do the available PG’s fit with the Bulls?
From the onset of the Chicago Bulls‘ offseason, the team’s front office, led by John Paxson and Gar Forman, has made it clear the top priority this summer is upgrading the point guard situation. The embattled incumbent, Kris Dunn, appears to be at odds with the team regarding his role, and his play has agitated the franchise, leading the team to begin a search for his replacement.
At this point, it’s not a matter of if, or really when, but how the Bulls will seek their new floor general. With the 2019 NBA Draft right around the corner, it’s possible that GarPax will find their franchise point guard of the future. Could it be Vanderbilt’s Darius Garland or North Carolina’s Coby White?
Perhaps the path to finding a fresh new floor general is bringing in a veteran point guard. After all, there are several options for GarPax to choose from.
Maybe, and those on either side of this option can cross their fingers, they decide to reach for Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul. It’s not like CP3 hasn’t burned his bridges from New Orleans to Los Angeles and now maybe even Houston. GarPax does love a good point guard reclamation project.
Ahead of the draft and NBA free agency, the possibilities for a new point guard are seemingly endless. Let’s take a deeper look at who might just be the best fit for the Chicago Bulls from worst to best fit.