Chicago Bulls: 3 picks from the 2010s we wish would’ve worked out

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The Chicago Bulls have had a rough track record in the draft the past few seasons.

At the beginning of the 2010s, the Bulls were one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference and were going head to head with the Miami Heat for a trip to the NBA Finals.

However, after the devastating injury to Derrick Rose, the team began to take a turn for the worse. Today, they now are frequent members of the lottery and nearing playoff contention in the East.

Despite having relatively high picks in a handful of drafts in the 2010s, the Bulls had their fair share of missed opportunities on picks. This has led to there being a plethora of picks that did not work out for the team.

The Chicago Bulls have had a rough drafting track record in recent history. There are three picks from the 2010s we wish would have worked out.

Whether it be players who wound up being busts, did not reach their full potential, or succeeded on other rosters, there are three players from the 2010s that we wish would have worked out for the Chicago Bulls.

With the 2021 NBA draft coming up, it makes for the perfect time to take a trip down memory lane and highlight some picks that did not work out for the Bulls that we wish would have.

It is still far too early to judge Patrick Williams and the impact he will have on the Bulls as a franchise. As a result of this, we will only be looking at drafts beginning with the 2010 draft and ending with the 2019 NBA draft.

Lastly, the list is in chronological order by draft year.

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